Sage Flower Infused Olive Oil

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• Whole 30
• Gluten & Dairy free
• Paleo or Primal
• Autoimmune Paleo
• Vegetarian


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  1. Just noticed mine are at that point too so off I go to gather up some buds and flowers ….Thanks so much for the timely sharing ♥

  2. Great article! My sage is already blooming lots of lovely purple flowers…can I use these for the recipe, or does it need to be buds?

    1. I would normally use sage leaves, but I had the unused buds that I had to do something with. I say try it out! It may give you a slightly floral scent that would be lovely.

  3. oh so timely! we have white and purple sage flowers that are about to open! I’ve been interested in making a sage mouthwash for awhile, I didn’t know you could use the flowers too. I will pick them and link up your post on my facebook page. Love your site!

    1. Glad I could help! I want to make an herb spiral for my daughter’s fairy garden, so I’m all over your post. I’ll be happy to help a fellow VGner out and share it on Facebook tomorrow. 🙂

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