Meet My 3 Sages (Video)

I have 3 varieties of sage growing in my yard. I use them all year long.

They are all 3 Salvia officinalis, but each one has a slightly different characteristic.

Salvia officinalis: Regular ol’ sage
Salvia officinalis: Purpurascens
Salvia officinalis: Berggarten

Let me introduce them to you and one of my very favorite ways to prepare them!

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Holly
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Great idea, thank you for sharing!

Bryn
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I love your videos, Kami. It’s like getting to spend time with you again, hanging out in the garden and kitchen. Thanks for the uplift..and your haircut is cute as a button. xox

Christine
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You need to have a show on the Food Network channel!

Natasha in Oz
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Thank you for joining the #sundaysdownunder linky party. I’ve pinned and tweeted your post. I loved your video too-thanks so much for the run down on all the different types of sage.

Best wishes,
Natasha in Oz

Suzanne
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Sage is one of my favorite herbs. Thanks for sharing and linking up to Saturday Sparks. You have been featured today.
Suzanne
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Jennifer at Purposeful Nutrition and The Entwife's Journal
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I have to say I didn’t know there were so many different kinds of sage. My sage bush died last winter and I should replant but it will have to wait one more year at this point.
Thanks for sharing at Wildcrafting Wednesday.

Alexis Scheuerman
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Wonderful video! You look great!! And the sage instruction is something I will have to try. Sage is one of my allies.

Kristine Stranhe
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Thank you for this video. I love your simple ways to incorporate herbs into common dishes. I love your book too!

Danica
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Thanks for the lovely video.

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