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How to Make Sage and Onion Stuffing and more Holiday ideas
November 15, 2016


Welcome to the latest issue of Herb Guide News.

This issue has sage as a theme along with more ideas for making some homemade gifts for the Holidays. There's a great recipe for homemade Sage and Onion Stuffing along with another fourteen great recipes, tips, videos and articles.

It's chock full of ideas, tips and information for you.

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I my US friends a wonderful Thanksgiving.

So the full list of articles:

Planting Sage

Sage and Onion Dressing

Cold and Flu Remedy

Sage Pork Chops

Making Herb Pastes

Slow Cooker Pot Pourri Room Scents

Spiral Herb Garden

Making Herb Vinegars

Lavender Key Ring or Bag Fob

Herb Wine Jelly

Glass Decorations

Frozen Dog Treats

Lip Scrub

Herbal Academy of New England Review Unit 3

Uses for Sage

I will see you next month, when I will bring you some ideas for last minute Christmas tips.

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See you next month

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