Question: How Do You Convert The Rubbed Sage Amount In A Recipe To Fresh Sage Leaves?

March 25, 2010


Anonymous's picture

Generally, dried or rubbed herbs are a little more potent, and therefore you may use less in a recipe than you would if the herb were fresh. Approximately three teaspoons fresh equals one teaspoon dried herb. However, dried sage tends to be more potent than other herbs, so half a teaspoon dried per fresh is a good rule of thumb.

Peggy O'Neill's picture

? rubbed sage =? dried sage leaves (equivalent?)