Sage


Sage
This is a plant of which the leaves are used. It's goes perfectly (in my opinion) with white meats like pork, veal or poultry.
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Last modified on: August 29th 2023



Use

Pull leaves off the bush.sage
You can use the leaves whole, like bayleaves, but this time they can be eaten.sage
You can also chop the leaves(make a pile of 3 or 4 leaves, then cut finely) to add to a recipe.sage


Keeping

Sage can be dried or frozen.

Remarks

There are several kinds of sage, with differents flavours and colours.

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