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sage leaves

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Sage Recipes and Cooking Instructions
... lemon and camphor. Sage is the primary identifiable herb in poultry seasoning. Use a light touch with sage as it can easily overpower your recipe. Sage selection and storage Fresh sage leaves should be aromatic ... . Use the flavored oil for sauteeing or in salad dressing. To freeze fresh sage leaves, wash and pat dry, remove leaves from the stems, and pack loosely in freezer bags. Freeze up to ...
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Sage, Salvia ofiicianalis
... leaves in an air tight container out of bright light. RECIPES: Lemon Chicken with Sage Chicken breasts, legs, or thighs, skin on 3 sage leaves ... Sage Jelly Ingredients 2.2kg/5lb Cooking Apples – cut into thick chunks (unpeeled/un-cored) 1.1L/40fl.oz. Water 8 tbsp Freshly chopped Sage 8 Whole Sage Leaves ... large saucepan together with the water and the sage leaves. Bring to the boil, then simmer gently ...
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Salvia officinalis cv. Tricolor Garden Sage
... with either Tricolor Garden Sage or Golden Garden Sage. The brightly colored leaves of Tricolor Garden Sage complement many different combinations in the garden. To the left, Tricolor Sage and Italian Oregano Thyme ... piece of the Tricolor Sage left on the left. The fuzzy texture of each cell is typical of the Lamiaceae family to which all Salvias belong. Tricolor Garden Sage leaves that receive ...
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Willow Pond Farm: Culinary Uses of Sage
... for peeces of Veale…." Additionally, clary sage leaves could be "taken dry, and ... leaves are fully dried before storage and store them whole to be crushed just before using. The best way to crush sage leaves is to rub them between your hands-hence, the "rubbed sage" one finds on supermarket shelves. The flowers of any culinary sage ...
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Sage - It's Uses as a Culinary Herb
... Sage enhances pork, lamb, meats, and sausages. Chopped leaves flavor salads, pickles, and cheese. Crumble leaves for full fragrance. Use ground Sage sparingly as foods absorb its flavor more quickly. Sage ...
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The Gardener's Network : How to Grow Sage Herb
... up to two feet high, with grey-green leaves. The leaves have a pebbled texture. Flowers have circular clusters of white, pink or violet. Propagation: Sage are grown from seed. They can be ... . Main Cooking Uses: The leaves and stems are used in cooking for flavoring sausages, pork, sauces, cheese, dressings and stuffing. Gramma may use sage in Thanksgiving turkey stuffing. Sage is also brewed for ...
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Desirable Herb Varieties: Sage
... at one time. Older leaves will be more strongly flavored, and are best for cooking; younger leaves have a lighter taste ... the plant--often die during summer; always remove dead leaves as soon as you notice them. Some further light ... leaves. Sage can be vegetatively propagated with fair ease, and taking and starting cuttings every couple of years is a good way to keep your sage supply vigorous. Sage ...
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The Official Seed Starting Home Page - Sage
... Seed Starting Home Page - Sage Your Weekly Electronic Gardening Guide Practical Horticulture for Busy People. Sage About This Plant... Family: Labiatae Genus and species: Salvia officinalis Plant type: ... , well-drained soil; tolerates poor, dry soil; will grow indoors Uses: fresh or dried leaves in soups, stews, and sauces; meat recipes; bees like flowers Propagation methods: seeds, division, ...
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Sage
... Sage SAGE Sage is a perennial with gray-green, pebble like, textured leaves in a long, oval shape. It has an attractive, compact spreading growth habit. This plant is also available in variegated and purple-leaved varieties. Sage ... , lotions and herbal wreaths. Use fresh sage as needed. Pick active growth shoots or separate leaves to hand-dry, screen dry or freeze. ...
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Sage
... Sage is another a great culinary variety. It has a very similar flavor to Bergartten Sage, but has narrower, somewhat smaller leaves and more of a sprawling growth habit. Back to Top Pineapple Sage Salvia elegans / Perennial This sage really does have a ...
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