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Sage leaves

Other names: sage leaves

A culinary herb used in savory dishes. A native to the Mediterranean sage is used in stuffings and pairs well with poultry.   Sage is a nice garden herb but if you don't grow it you  can purchase fresh sage in the produce section of well-stocked grocery stores.  Alternately you can use rubbed (crumbled) sage or ground sage both of which are easy to find.
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Substitute for sage leaves

For 1 teaspoon rubbed sage substitute 1 teaspoon dried sage or 3/4 teaspoon ground sage

Equivalents

1 tbsp chopped   =   1 tsp dried
12 leaves = 1 tsp dried
1/2oz = 1/2 cup leaves
1 tbsp. fresh chopped = 1 tsp. dried
12 leaves = 1 tsp dried

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