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[[Image:Sage.jpg|center|Sage]]Sage is an herb with gray-green leaves that have a slightly bitter flavor and a distinctive aroma. It is widely used with lamb, poultry, pork, and veal, and is a staple seasoning for sausage. It is sold as fresh sprigs or dried leaves. Store fresh sage in the refrigerator, wrapped in paper towels and enclosed in a plastic bag. Dried sage, found with other seasonings in all supermarkets, should be stored away from light, heat, and moisture for up to 1 year. Crush dried sage in the palm of the hand to release its flavor. [[Category:Glossary]]
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==Scientific Salvia officinalisName of Plant==
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==Description==
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Sage is an herb with gray-green leaves that have a slightly bitter flavor and a distinctive aroma. It is widely used with lamb, poultry, pork, and veal, and is a staple seasoning for sausage. It is sold as fresh sprigs or dried leaves. Store fresh sage in the refrigerator, wrapped in paper towels and enclosed in a plastic bag. Dried sage, found with other seasonings in all supermarkets, should be stored away from light, heat, and moisture for up to 1 year. Crush dried sage in the palm of the hand to release its flavor.
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==Origin and History==
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==Parts of Plant Used==
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==Cultivation and Harvesting==
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==Uses and Properties==
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==Nutritional Value==
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==More Information==
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'''Want to know more about Sage? Need Sage recipes? Check out the category: [[:Category:Sage|Sage]]'''
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[[Category:Glossary]]

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Scientific Salvia officinalisName of Plant

Description

Sage is an herb with gray-green leaves that have a slightly bitter flavor and a distinctive aroma. It is widely used with lamb, poultry, pork, and veal, and is a staple seasoning for sausage. It is sold as fresh sprigs or dried leaves. Store fresh sage in the refrigerator, wrapped in paper towels and enclosed in a plastic bag. Dried sage, found with other seasonings in all supermarkets, should be stored away from light, heat, and moisture for up to 1 year. Crush dried sage in the palm of the hand to release its flavor.

Origin and History

Parts of Plant Used

Cultivation and Harvesting

Uses and Properties

Nutritional Value

More Information

Want to know more about Sage? Need Sage recipes? Check out the category: Sage

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