Lite House: freeze dried herbs

I love to cook, at age 15 I was excepted into the culinary college Le Cordon Bleu. I had a full drawn up plan of my future restaurant menu, theme, location and set up. I was taught to cook at the very early age of 5, and before that I was concocting my masterpieces for my mother every time I entered a kitchen. I am no stranger to herbs or their tastes, and I know what they pare best with. My brother and myself used to have our very own herb garden as pre-teens, and nothing compares to fresh herbs, or so I thought. I go threw herbs like crazy, and I had went in the store to buy more one day and ran across these freeze dried herbs in the produce department at Kroger. They are about $4.49-$5.00 for one bottle, however i seen them as worth a try. I purchased the Lite House freeze dried red onions, Lite House freeze dried chives, and the Lite House freeze dried garlic! I went home that night and made my husband and I steak and used two of the three herbs on it, and my chives in fresh, homemade mashed potato's . I fell in love with this product then, and there. Of course out of curiosity I tasted them without cooking them first and they were so fresh just freeze dried. I have recommended them ever sense to anyone I come in contact with that loves to cook as much as I do. They have many more herbs such as:
  • Oregano
  • Dill
  • Parsley
  • Salad Herb Blend
  • Basil
  • Cilantro
  • Italian Herb Blend
  • Poultry Herb Blend
  • Spring Onion
  • Jalapeno Rings
  • Mushrooms
These are defiantly worth the money. I will continue to stand by this product and keep the word going on how amazing they are. I even have my grandmother in love with this product, or maybe it is just my amazing cooking! Feel free to leave comments about your experience with the freeze dried herbs by Lite House.


  1. I love this product too! I am trying to find a way to freeze-dry herbs myself but am not having much luck. Any suggestions? Thanks

  2. Do you have to reconstitute the garlic to sauté it?