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NYT Cooking: The word “sage” is derived from the Latin word salvia, which me…

NYT Cooking: The word “sage” is derived from the Latin word salvia, which means “safe, whole, healthy.” In ancient times, sage was viewed as a medical cure-all, at once a diuretic, an antiseptic and a tonic for digestive disorders, liver trouble and headaches; small wonder the plant maintained a premier spot in the herbal apothecary throughout the Middle Ages.<br/><br/>Of solid character a…


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