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Is there a difference between ground sage and rubbed sage?

Ground sage is made by grinding the entire leaf into a fine powder like any powdered herb. Rubbed sage is made by rubbing dried whole sage leaves to create a light and fluffy mix. Rubbed sage is lighter and less concentrated so a teaspoon of rubbed sage will be less intense than a teaspoon of ground sage.

How long does ground sage last?

about three to four years

What is the benefits of sage tea?

Sage tea is full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds. It may promote skin, oral, and brain health, as well as decrease your risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease, among other benefits. Nonetheless, further studies are needed. Sage tea is easy to make at home using fresh or dried leaves.

What herbs go well with fruit?

Fruit + Fresh Herbs: An Unexpected Summertime Twist!

  • Cilantro has a naturally earthy, tangy flavor that complements fruits such as apples, bananas, mangos, pears and summer melons, as well as citrus.
  • Parsley is a perfect pairing for tropical fruits like bananas, coconut, grapefruit, mangoes and pineapple.

How do you combine food?

The laws of food combining can vary somewhat depending on the source, but the most common rules include the following:

  1. Only eat fruit on an empty stomach, especially melons.
  2. Don’t combine starches and proteins.
  3. Don’t combine starches with acidic foods.
  4. Don’t combine different types of protein.

What is CARB pairing?

Aim to always pair a protein and complex carbohydrate together at meal and snack times. Proteins help with satiety and carbohydrates help increase blood sugars. For example, a good snack would be whole-grain crackers (carb) and hummus (protein), or apple slices (carb) and peanut butter (protein).

How do you come up with recipes?

How to Develop a Recipe Like a Test Kitchen Editor

  1. Do Your Research. Before you grab a single pot or pan, head to your computer or cookbook collection.
  2. Research is also a good way to identify ways you want to make your recipe different from what’s come before.
  3. Write It Down…
  4. …Or Don’t.
  5. Write It Down, Part II.
  6. Get Creative.
  7. Start Slow.
  8. Create Balance.