Sumac spice are the berries from a bush that grows wild throughout the Middle east and southern Italy including Sicily. The dried berries, which are picked right before ripening, can be kept for years. Sumac spice has a fruity sour taste.
Sumac spice is indigenous to the Middle East.
Sumac spice is used primarily in Middle Eastern cuisines including: Persian, Lebanese, and Turkish.
Ground sumac is good for kebabs, chicken, fish, pita bread, and in salads.
Make a drink to ease upset stomach, and constipation.
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