This herb is musky, astringent, and warm with a fragrant aroma and pairs well with caraway, ginger, marjoram, and paprika.
How to Use
Season poultry, seafood, vegetables, and savory breads like cornbread. When substituting rubbed sage for crumbled, use half as much.
About The SpiceSage has a fragrant aroma and an astringent but warm flavor. With a velvet-like texture, this herb pairs beautifully with other seasonings.
Sage comes from an evergreen shrub native to Albania that is now widely grown in the United States. To create rubbed sage, the sage is lightly ground then passed quickly through a coarse sieve.
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