Sumac is a bright burgundy spice derived from the dried and ground fruits of the Rhus plant. It has a tart, lemony, slightly bitter, rich flavor and a very characteristic smell.
Sumac can be utilized instead of lemon or vinegar due to its highly tart, pungent flavor. Sumac goes great on fish, chicken, potatoes and salads, as well as in vegetables, legumes and many more dishes.
Not only does sumac have a very great and unique flavor, it is also packed with numerous therapeutical properties. It has a strong anti-inflammatoryaction, it is a rich source of antioxidants and can help neutralize free radicals. It can also help against type II diabetes, lowering the risk of heart disease in sufferers.
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