Where Does Sage Come from?

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Sage originally comes from the area around the Mediterranean Sea. Sage is a very fragrant bush that has a light purple flower. Sometimes a white or pink flower can be found, but it is rare. The dried leaves are very spicy tasting and very aromatic making them a perfect kitchen herb.
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Sage originated from the Mediterranean region but is grown in the United States. It a popular herb that is used for seasoning foods. Sage is used most commonly during the Thanksgiving holiday.
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