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Making the Poultry Seasoning of Your Dreams

 What can I use as a substitute for poultry seasoning?

 Well, poultry seasoning is not an herb from the poultry seasoning tree, but with a modestly well-stocked spice rack you can easily produce your own.

Commercially produced poultry seasoning is a combination of thyme, sage, rosemary, marjoram, black pepper, and sometimes oregano, savory, and/or nutmeg. Although sage is generally not the first ingredient in packaged poultry seasoning, it is often the herb that speaks the loudest.

To make your own poultry seasoning, combine 3 parts thyme, 2 parts sage, 2 parts marjoram, 1 part rosemary, and 1 part pepper. You can add a pinch of nutmeg, oregano, or savory if you feel you haven't done enough already.

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