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Is de sumac vegan?

De sumac is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de sumac?

De sumac is a spice that originates from the Middle East and Mediterranean regions. It is made from the dried and ground berries of the sumac plant, which has a tart and tangy flavor profile similar to lemon. The vibrant reddish-purple color of de sumac makes it a popular ingredient in many dishes, including salads, meats, and vegetables. Its tangy flavor and citrusy aroma make it an ideal seasoning for marinades, dressings, and dips. In addition to its culinary uses, de sumac also has medicinal properties and is known to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits. This versatile spice adds a unique and flavorful twist to any dish it is used in.

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