I never seem to use up the bundles of herbs that I buy at the grocery store, so I frequently substitute dried herbs for fresh using this rule:
1 teaspoon of dried herbs = 1 tablespoon of fresh
You’ll need to use less of the dried herbs because they are actually just a bit more potent. This works well for herbs like oregano, thyme, and sage because they are added earlier on in a recipe. When it comes to herbs that you garnish with, like basil, mint, or parsely, those are better fresh, and thankfully they’re easy to grow.
Learn how to store herbs here.