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Information On The Herb Sage — 26 Comments

  1. One of my very favourite herbs. Very difficult to grow in our climate so I can’t stop picking it when in the UK.

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    • I can’t imagine you can grow much over there Sally 🙂

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  2. interesting info as usual

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    • thank you Usha 🙂

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  3. I always learn so much when I visit you, Tandy! You’re really so knowledgeable about so many areas. I love sage and hope to grow more in my garden this year! xx Smidge

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    • *blush* thank you so much for the compliment Barbara – I love sharing 🙂

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  4. I really do enjoy sage but for some reason, don’t include it in many dishes – and it grows well here. Hmmm. Sounds like a challenge. Tandy, a couple of blogging questions for you- I have an issue with your commentluv that I don’t encounter on other sites.
    It says: A feed could not be found at http://agrigirl.com/. A feed with an invalid mime type may fall victim to this error, or SimplePie was unable to auto-discover it.. Use force_feed() if you are certain this URL is a real feed. Do you know why?
    Also, what reader are you using now? I’m trying to find the best way to view blogs.

    Thanks! feel free to modify this comment.

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    • Thank you Tammy for bringing the commentluv problem to my attention. I was wondering why no posts were showing. I will work on it during the week when I have time and let you know so you can tell me if its fixed. I am busy moving my herbs into pots and putting them in the courtyard by my kitchens so that I actually make use of them. As for the reader – I use feed wheel on my tablet. So far I’ve found it to be amazing 🙂

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  5. Such a great herb!

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    • It is!

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  6. My favourite? Purple sage. Decorative and tasty at the same time!

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    • I shall look out for it Kate 🙂

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  7. Mmmm sage is such a delicious herb and flavouring 😀

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru
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    • Well described Uru 🙂

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  8. I love sage and it is one of the very hardy herbs that survives the harsh winters at our cottage in Maine.

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    • That is always good to know Karen 🙂

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  9. I adore sage and herbs! I am in the process of purchasing more. Your blog is inspiring! I was referred from Blue Jelly Beans and am glad I was 🙂

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    • Thank you so much for the compliment, I love meeting new bloggers. I’ve just added you to my RSS feed. Have a super weekend 🙂

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  10. I love the smell and taste of sage.

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    • I do as well, but I so seldom use it 🙂

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  11. Adore sage and it grows really well in Spain. Often use it as mentioned above as a garnish or even as “crisps” deep fried quickly and salted. mmm!

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    • I love the idea of them deep fried!

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  12. I love sage, especially fried till crispy and used as a garnish. I just wish it was easier to come buy in the supermarkets here.

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    • I only ever see it at Woolies! I am going to pot some as soon as the nursery has it in stock 🙂

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  13. It keeps going all winter, somehow. I always have good sage in the garden but never use it enough. I think it goes so well with meaty dishes and, as we hardly ever eat meat, the reason for that is clear:)
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    • I need to go and buy a new plant as mine died this past December 🙂

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