A friend just gave me a big bunch of fresh sage - way more than I need for my turkey and stuffing. I find sage doesn't last long in the fridge and I hate to let it go to waste, so question: can I freeze the fresh leaves and if so, just in a ziploc or is there some better method? (Ironically, I'm not even a big sage fan, but I'm thinking of making butternut squash ravioli for a holiday party next month, which is great with brown butter and sage.)
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