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What to do with sage plant as winter creeps in on frosty toes?

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What to do with sage plant as winter creeps in on frosty toes?

TheSnowpea | Oct 4, 2008 07:59 AM

I've got a big patch of sage in the garden, and with the cold coming on, I'd like to preserve some of it. I know that it will keep under the snow for a while (I've trecked out to the patch in early winter to pick off some leaves for a butter-sage sauce). I'm thinking freezing the leaves directly, but I'd like to hear if anybody has tried other techniques or has interesting tricks.

I also have a big bushy tarragon, from which I make a yearly batch of tarragon vinegar. Sage vinegar might be overwhelming though. Maybe a small batch... Mmmmh.

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