Free Sage

Published May 24, 2015 by lynn k scott

I have a coworker who has a good-size garden.  Every so often he will bring in extra herbs and vegetables to work.  I truly appreciate this as my green thumb has brown edges, just like a drying herb would have.

A few people took some of the sage, however, there was basically a box left over.  I took home what no one wanted.  I was excited.  I planned on using some of the sage when I baked some bread.  The rest I was going to dehydrate.

Yesterday morning, I set up the dehydrator and began the task of separating the leaves from their stems  After that was accomplished, I laid the leaves in a circular pattern on the trays.

Dehydrating sage  About four hours later, the sage was dehydrated.  I placed them in a plastic bag, whole, until I’m ready to use them.  Turns out, I had enough to do another batch this morning.  My counters are filling up.  The crockpot is on one side and the dehydrator is on another side

.done dehydrating

Considering I picked up my dehydrator for $5.00, two years ago, at a garage sale, I couldn’t be happier.

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