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Sumac is also called Sumach. Its ground form provides an instant flavor with a deep powerful aroma enhancing your eating experience with a touch of class. Originated from Turkey, sumac ground can be used on salad dressings, fish, chicken and substitute for lemon juice.
Using Sumac: The use of sumac came to Greece from the Middle East where it is more widely used. In Greek cooking, sumac is used as a rub for grilled meats, and as a flavoring most notably on meats, in stews, and in pita wraps. It is also used in rice and vegetable dishes. Try adding a dash to the top of hummus for a new taste treat.
- 7 OZ (198 Grams)
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Country Of Origin: Product of USA
Storage Instructions: Store the seeds in an airtight container and place in cool dark place away from sunlight, and humidity.