These dried celery tops are stored in a plastic juice bottle. When I chop my home-grown celery for dehydrating, I spread all the tops (leaves) on another screen and let them dry. I cram them into a jar and over the winter I crumble them into soups, stews, and casseroles. They're sort of like using Parsley leaves.
It's nice to have eggs with the dried hashbrowns, but in our climate, the chickens stop laying in the winter. We live off-grid with solar power, which is reduced in the winter by our short and often-cloudy days, so we don't put a light in the chicken coop. We don't get many, if any, eggs in the winter.