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.
This product has no significant nutritional value.
Sage is wonderful, a must-have in the kitchen!
Patty | October 18, 2013
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."
Greg | November 04, 2014