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Rubbed Sage

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Rubbed Sage is a woody and warm-flavored herb seasoning that's probably most commonly known as a seasoning used in stuffings served during the holiday season. However, dry rubbed sage is also a great seasoning for meats like sausage, turkey, steak and seafood. Use to flavor dressings or sauces, or in traditional Italian and Greek recipes.

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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.

Rubbed Sage Q&A

What is the difference between rubbed sage and ground sage?

The main difference between rubbed sage and ground sage is found in the word itself; rubbed sage is not the ground version of the sage leaves, but a version where the leaves are rubbed instead to create a lighter sage powder that's less concentrated and intense than ground sage.

What is rubbed sage used for?

Rubbed sage is used to season turkey stuffings or cornbread stuffings for holiday dinners (find out more about classic Poultry Seasoning) , but it can also be used to season meats, dressings, sauces and vegetables.

What does rubbed sage look like?

Rubbed sage looks velvety and grayish-green, and should be in a very fine powder in its form.

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