Sage is an excellent source of vitamin K and a source of fiber, calcium, iron and manganese. Sage should be used sparingly as its flavor can overpower other flavors. Sage can be used fresh though it is often used in cooked applications. Chop fresh leaves for herbed rubs, marinades and dressings. Add fresh leaves to clarified butter for tossing with pastas or blanched vegetables. The aromatic herb pairs well with pork, sausage, and lamb as well as poultry and strong cheeses. Product of Australia
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