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Date Posted: July 10, 2008
There are 7 comments on this blog.
"I have bought dried sumac in middle eastern stores to use in fatoush salad. I always wondered if it was the same as the sumac growing around here. Very interesting."
"Really?? wow I have that in my yard!!"
"I was under the impression that the sumac found growing in Ottawa could not be eaten and was poisonous?... I guess I wrong lol."
"A friend of mine told me that Sumac was once used in in lemonade, therefore rendering it pink...the original pink lemonade!"
"Ottawa stuff is a bit bland, I assuming its the rain, that dilutes the flavor. Find the stuff bought out of the mid eastern shops flavor to be much more intense, grown in dry climates.
"I think I have that growing in my neighborhood, i just want to make sure that there is no look alike plant that is poisonous. I want to cook with it!"
"That is amazing..I have heaps of this at my cottage and never thot it was possible to cook with it :)"
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