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Sage is absolutely one of the most underated herbs here in Taiwan. It has an intense flavor punch that wows and confuses the best of us the first time we rub the leaves between our fingers and have a smell. Even though sage is predominantly used in western cuisine such as pasta and.cheese dishes, it actually pairs amazingly well with many of our favorite Taiwanese igredients.
Sage is is often used in chicken, fish, egg, lamb and certain organ meats such as liver. All of which are exceptionally well suited to Taiwanese dishes.
Interestingly, sage is also well worth experimenting with other local favorites such as honey, bean, duck, asparagus, pumpkin and even pineapple! There are so many uses for sage, it boggles the mind. Once we have come accustomed to this herbs flavor profile in nearly all of our meals, we like to reminisce about our first whiff of the herb thinking what on earth would we use this in? As it turns out, nearly everything!
Botanical Name: Salvia officinalis
Origin: Taiwan, Taidong
Est. Shelf Life: 2 Years
Production: Grown on a polyculture farm without spray. Hand harvested and machine dried.
Natural Ingredients | No Additives | No Fillers
Plant Based | Non-GMO | Vegan Friendly
How to Use Sage
Sprinkle On: Pasta, Breads, Cocktails
Mix In: Sauces, pastes
Cook With: Sauces, Baking
Regional Cuisines: Western
Dry - Keep herbs & spices in a dry location
Cool - Avoid storing herbs & spices in high temps
Dark - Avoid exposure to the sun and strong UV
Sealed - Keep herbs & spices sealed
|Packaging Type||Net Weight||Gross Weight||Package Volume||Dimensions|
|Small Glass Jar||10 grams ±||135 grams ±||130 ml||7.6 x 5.3 x 5.3cm|
|1kg Bag||1,000 grams ±||1,050 grams ±|
|5kg Bag||5,000 grams ±||5,050 grams ±|