Sage is a pungent flavoured herb excellent for counteracting richness. Popular in both Italian and British cookery, sage has long, grey-green leaves with a slightly furry surface.



Slightly peppery and faintly minty in flavour.



Use sage sparingly it is excellent for reducing richness. Unlike more delicate herbs, sage can be added in the beginning of the cooking process. It is never used raw.

Goes with:

Mince-meat dishes, game, pork, beef, veal, cranberries, pumpkin, onion, gnocchi, rhubarb, lemon, cabbage, sausages, pork, rosemary and thyme.

Roast Pork

Classic uses:

Team with pumpkin and browned butter. Sage and onion stuffing is an old favourite. Add to risotto, traditionally an accompaniment to roasts, meatloaf or rissoles.

Health benefits:

A source of the antioxidant vitamin, vitamin-C.
A source of minerals potassium, zinc, calcium, iron, manganese, copper and magnesium.

Sage Health Benefits
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