This wild grown Sumac (Rhus coriaria) from Gaziantep, Turkey is chopped and packed in salt instead of hand drying. It has a vivacious flavor with notes of Sour Cherries, Vinegar, and Sunny Acidity. Known for heart-opening and Yin activation it reduces fire and boosts women's health overall. A classic Middle Eastern finishing spice which can be used in place of lemon juice, lemon peel and zest in any recipe.
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Flavor Notes: Sour Cherry, Bright and Acidic.
Benefits of Sumac:
Suggested Use: This bright spice can be sprinkled atop hummus or even eggs. Excellent for seasoning protein or for sprinkling onto a tomato and cucumber salad with olive oil. Pairs well with: Black Urfa Chili. Spice it up and add this to lemonade or as decoration for your favorite cocktail or mocktail!
For something fun this can be used in a body scrub, or face mask to help tone and brighten.
Size: 2.3 ounces (65.2 grams)
Ingredients: Sumac berries, sea salt.
Meet the Make/Farmer: Burlap and Barrel is a NYC company that prides themselves in harvesting sustainably and offering fair pay and direct relationships to their farmers, harvesters, and growers. They are pioneers in the single-origin herbs and spices game.