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Sage RubbedSage RubbedSage is the silvery-gray dried leaves of an evergreen shrub of the mint family. Sage is native to the Mediterranean area and is primarily imported by McCormick from the Dalmatian region of Croatia. Croatia's top grade of sage is know as Prime No. 1 Dalmatian. It is a higher quality, better cleaned and processed product. The odor of dried sage leaves is highly aromatic and fragrant and is characterized by a medicinal, piney-woody flavor. Sage is available as whole leaves, rubbed (leaves are crumbled) or in ground form.Spices,Herbs and Spices,Spices and Flavors,521000088445 out of 5 stars, based on 2 user reviews
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Sage Rubbed

Sage is the silvery-gray dried leaves of an evergreen shrub of the mint family. Sage is native to the Mediterranean area and is primarily imported by McCormick from the Dalmatian region of Croatia. Croatia's top grade of sage is know as Prime No. 1 Dalmatian. It is a higher quality, better cleaned and processed product. The odor of dried sage leaves is highly aromatic and fragrant and is characterized by a medicinal, piney-woody flavor. Sage is available as whole leaves, rubbed (leaves are crumbled) or in ground form.

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Sage

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Usage tips

1 teaspoon dried Sage = 2 teaspoons fresh sage

• Sage is well known for its use in stuffings for poultry, fish, game and other meats. Use 1/2 tsp. to 4 cups bread cubes for stuffing.
• Use in pot roast or stew of beef or venison.
• Good in cheese spreads, vegetable soup, chowders and eggplant.
• Also good in cornbread, biscuits, muffins and cheese dishes.

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Serves: Makes 6 servings.
Prep time: 15 mins

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Nutrition information

This product has no significant nutritional value per 1/4 tsp. serving.

Ratings & Reviews: 2

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  • Patty on 10/18/2013

    Sage is wonderful, a must-have in the kitchen!

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  • Greg on 11/04/2014

    i love sage, but I found a minor typo in the description: "Croatia's top grade of sage is *** know *** as Prime No. 1 Dalmatian." Should be "known."

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