For $1.49, over-packaged in hard plastic, this was the smallest amout to buy. How I miss the red wiggler worms who once ate and procreated in a box in my apartment's front hall. We had a great exchange going. Though the sage might have been too strong to add all at once. Fled this thought by diving into Recipes from an Ecological Kitchen by Lorna J. Sass. No ideas for my herbs but like the quotes she sprinkles around--
One thing is certain: nothing will happen if we all wait for others to do it first....The still, small voice whispering to me in the depts of my consciousness is saying exactly the same thing as the voice whispering to you: "I want an Earth that is healthy, a world at peace, and a heart filled with love." --Eknath Easwaran, The Lesson of the Hummingbird
A sage leaf or two might work with leftover cooked soy beans and parsley. Ron used both earlier this week to make Ukranian borscht from a video on Hippy Gourmet, a link with some problems That's yogurt mixed with dill and chives on top. You can find borscht variations everywhere-- beets, potatoes, tomatoes, whatever.
Maybe you're fortunate and have red wigglers to eat your peelings. I wish. After six years, the fruit flies did in our good intentions.