Difference between Rubbed Sage and Ground Sage?

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The difference between rubbed sage and ground sage is the texture. Rubbed sage refers to sage that has been rubbed onto the food in it's whole leaf form. Ground sage is sage that has been dried and ground into a powder form and is sprinkled onto food for flavor.
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Rubbed sage is the whole, dried leaf rubbed or crushed into a fine powder. Sage is very aromatic, grey-green in color and been used since the Middle Ages.
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Rubbed sage is tender for soups and grinded sage is coarse for baking, Rochelle.
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Answer Sage rubbed from a fresh plant is much stronger than dried ground sage. Fresh herbs are almost invariably stronger in flavor than dried.
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