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Ground Sumac, derived from grinding the berries of the Sumac plant, is a lush, red spice traditionally found in Middle-Eastern and Indian dishes.
This herb imbues its dish with a tart, sharp lemon-like flavor while avoiding the acidic qualities that come from using citrus plants. It is a common component of Za'atar, a Mid-East spice blend and it was the primary plant used when needing a sour taste up until the introduction of the lemon by the Romans.
Sumac also has properties as a good antimicrobial, an antioxidant, and in relieving symptoms of indigestion.
It mixes well with garlic, onions, as well as your favorite vinaigrette.
May be spelled alternatively as sumak, sumack, sumach, or summac.
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jean, wilmington, DE April 16, 2010
“Great stuff the next day with a sweet surprise how can you beat that! Thank you so very much. ”
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Michelle, Tampa, FL January 25, 2014
“I love all the spices I got from you guys. The ground sumac is excellent in my homemade tahini. It's so great to have such a convenient source for unique spices. You always get my package here as quick as possible too!”
Serving Size 50g (~1.8 oz.)
(Approx. 9.1 Servings/Pound)
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Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Store at room temperature for up to 1 year.
Country of Origin: Turkey
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