This may be a bit of an unusual question, but I’m very curious to know whether seeds of Clary Sage, or salvia sclarea, are edible?
I do know that they are related to the normal chia (salvia hispanica), and some sources I have found have affirmed that Clary Sage seeds have abundant amounts of Omega-3’s in them. And, they are more cold-hardy than the normal chia. However, nothing I have read has authoritatively affirmed whether they are edible, or whether they are unfit for consumption—practically all of the sources I found were suspiciously silent on the topic...
So, does anyone have information one way or another?
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