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Botanical Name: Salvia officinalis

 

Sage is a herb of the mint family, native to the northern Mediterranean region. It has been used over the centuries for culinary, medicinal and healing purposes. It is aromatic with a warm, spicy and camphor aroma and has a delicate, savoury, earthy and minty flavour.

 

Dried Sage is commonly used in the Mediterranean, Italian, French cuisine and as Thanksgiving staple by Americans. It works well with fatty meats and bean soups as its astringency helps to break and digest the fat.

 

We source organic dried Sage from Egypt. It is premium, aromatic and full of flavour and adds a herbaceous, warm, sweet and savoury flavour to your dishes. Rub the dried Sage and add early in the cooking process. Alternatively, fry it and garnish over a dish to enhance the flavour.

 

Sage is a natural source of vitamins (A, B, C, E & K), folate and minerals (calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium). Sage is considered a natural antiseptic, a preservative with antimicrobial properties. It is known for relieving muscle aches, mental clarity and improving skin, hair and nails.

 

Dried Sage is an excellent flavouring for chicken, fish, poultry, beef or lamb and vegetables (mushroom, potatoes, peas and tomatoes). It is a perfect seasoning for pasta/tomato sauces, soups, sausages, stuffing, cured meat and rich winter recipes as it can hold its flavour.

 

Sage pairs well with other seasonings like bay leaf, caraway, celery, garlic, ginger, lovage, marjoram, paprika, parsley, savoury and thyme.

 

One teaspoon of dried Sage equals to one tablespoon of fresh Sage leaves.

 

Organic Ingredient: Sage.

 

Sage tea recipe: Add 1 teaspoon dried Sage to a cup of boiling water and let it steep for 5-6 minutes for a caffeine-free ‘Thinkers tea’.

 

Bruschetta recipe: Mix cooked beans with olive oil, Sage and garlic and serve on bruschetta.

 

Sage butter recipe: Mix garlic powder and dried Sage to melted butter, cook it for a minute till butter is light brown, season with ground black pepper and dress up your poultry, pasta or vegetable dishes.

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Botanical Name: Salvia officinalis

 

Sage is a herb of the mint family, native to the northern Mediterranean region. It has been used over the centuries for culinary, medicinal and healing purposes. It is aromatic with a warm, spicy and camphor aroma and has a delicate, savoury, earthy and minty flavour.

 

Dried Sage is commonly used in the Mediterranean, Italian, French cuisine and as Thanksgiving staple by Americans. It works well with fatty meats and bean soups as its astringency helps to break and digest the fat.

 

We source organic dried Sage from Egypt. It is premium, aromatic and full of flavour and adds a herbaceous, warm, sweet and savoury flavour to your dishes. Rub the dried Sage and add early in the cooking process. Alternatively, fry it and garnish over a dish to enhance the flavour.

 

Sage is a natural source of vitamins (A, B, C, E & K), folate and minerals (calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium). Sage is considered a natural antiseptic, a preservative with antimicrobial properties. It is known for relieving muscle aches, mental clarity and improving skin, hair and nails.

 

Dried Sage is an excellent flavouring for chicken, fish, poultry, beef or lamb and vegetables (mushroom, potatoes, peas and tomatoes). It is a perfect seasoning for pasta/tomato sauces, soups, sausages, stuffing, cured meat and rich winter recipes as it can hold its flavour.

 

Sage pairs well with other seasonings like bay leaf, caraway, celery, garlic, ginger, lovage, marjoram, paprika, parsley, savoury and thyme.

 

One teaspoon of dried Sage equals to one tablespoon of fresh Sage leaves.

 

Organic Ingredient: Sage.

 

Sage tea recipe: Add 1 teaspoon dried Sage to a cup of boiling water and let it steep for 5-6 minutes for a caffeine-free ‘Thinkers tea’.

 

Bruschetta recipe: Mix cooked beans with olive oil, Sage and garlic and serve on bruschetta.

 

Sage butter recipe: Mix garlic powder and dried Sage to melted butter, cook it for a minute till butter is light brown, season with ground black pepper and dress up your poultry, pasta or vegetable dishes.

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