Herb Guide: Sage:

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Sage tastes lemony, bitter, camphor, and powerful. Sage is the dried leaf of a shrub belonging to the mint family.

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Use sage in omelets, fritters, soups, breads, marinades, sausages, meat pies, veal, fish, poultry, pork, duck, goose, squash, artichokes, tomatoes, asparagus, carrots, cabbage, organges, lemon, garlic, cheese, lentils, beans and poultry stuffing.

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