A tender herb, mint loses most of its vibrant flavor when dried; whenever possible, use it fresh. The herb labeled "mint" in the supermarket will be either peppermint or spearmint. Of the two, peppermint has the sharper flavor. To store fresh mint, trim off the bottoms of the stems and place the sprigs in a glass of water, just as you would fresh flowers. Cover the mint loosely with a plastic bag and store in the refrigerator for up to 1 week. (This storage method also works well for parsley and cilantro.)
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