Dusty, light green leaves with a fragrant and woodsy aroma. This herb is known for flavoring bread dressing (stuffing), sauces such as this butter and sage sauce, herb salts and as a seasoning in sausage. We frequently use this herb chopped on roasted potatoes or for seasoning quiches and in savory pies, tarts and galettes. We love making this walnut and sage pesto. This herb is great for teas because it’s stringent, antiseptic, and antibacterial qualities. Consider making this sage vinegar to keep in the pantry for salad dressings. You can dry your sage leaves so you have this seasoning during the winter. If you are crafty, consider making a smudge stick.
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