Sage (Salvia officinalis) isn't just a must-have for poultry - it's also a saviour in any herb cabinet! It's great for loads of things. Commonly known as an evergreen in the mint family, there's a good chance it came from the Mediterranean. But it's since been naturalized and grown all over the world, from the Middle Ages in England's monastery gardens to a special mixture called Four Thieves Vinegar. In fact, it's genus name translates to "to save," making it a true hero in the herb world!
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