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Sumac (Ground)

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Sumac comes from the outer flesh of a berry that is harvested when crimson, from trees grown wild in the Mediterranean region. It is often found in southern Italy and much of the Middle East, and commonly used in Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine. When used in cooking, sumac adds a tangy, lemony taste to salads, rice dishes and kebab meats.

Use sumac to add a touch of citrus acidity to meats, salads, bread and desserts, and as a garnish for meze dishes such as hummus.
Rhus coriaria (Sumac)
Product of Turkey