And advertised as such should sell at Farmer's Market, with a printout on how to grill with fresh herbs.
Here a thought like that would go, say, for $1.00 a bundle. But, 75 cents would entice the buyer even more , to purchase, which is your goal. And if you have all that extra stuff, you can't use, unload, etc................
Might as well make some money on it, right?
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You may want to do some grilling experiments yourself before writing a handout.
I've never used dried (or fresh) sage bundles for grilling, but am thinking they'd go up pretty quickly before imparting much of anything except burnt smoke. Same goes for any dried herb - I'd think you'd get more of a burnt flavor than anything else. Now I've added green (not dry) Rosemary lightly to hot coals & gotten some nicer herbal smoke, although I prefer to use it (& fennel) as a bed up on the grate to nest my chicken or fish on.
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