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Sage is a perennial plant with long grey green leaves. Sage leaves are thick and have a velvet like structure. The herb is very aromatic and has a slightly bitter taste.
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Sage tips

How to cut Sage?

Rinse the sage and pat dry with a paper towel. Take the leaves of the stems and use them in salads, sauces or other recipes.
Sage is often thought of as a dominating herb. It's better to use whole than in small pieces,
because the aroma of herbs is stronger when they are cut.

Preparation Tips

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temp of Sage

How to store?

Sage is best kept in the fridge.
  • Ideal in a tasty marinade.
  • Delicious in a fish soup.
  • Great with meat recipes.

Origin EAT ME Sage

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