Sage is a perennial herb with soft, grey-green leaves and a strong, savoury flavor. It has a rich history of medicinal and culinary uses. In cooking, sage is frequently employed to season poultry, sausages, and stuffing, imparting a distinctive taste. The herb is also revered for its healing properties, with traditional use in soothing sore throats and aiding digestion. Additionally, sage is renowned for its ceremonial and spiritual significance, symbolizing wisdom, protection, and purification.

  • Mix chopped leaves with butter to use when for braising vegetables
  • Pair with poultry, pork, or bean dishes
  • Dry the leaves to use in herbal teas