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The romans used the sumac-berries like acids (as we use the lemon). You can buy the sumac just in special grocery stores (like stors from middle east), because some spicies including poison.

The tree can be growing up about 3 m and the leaves are red-brown the sumac-tree grows in Sicily or middle east. The berries are picked shortly before the maturity and are dried, therefore they are almost indefinitely durable.
The beries don't have an big aroma, but they have an acidic and fruity taste.

U can use the berries freshly ground or as a dried berry (if you wanna use the berries completely, just soak them before you put them to you meal about 15 or 20 minutes in water and squeeze the water out off because you just need the juice from the berries for cooking).
If you use the fresh ground berries you should rub the beef with the grounded beeries (you can use it for beef, chicken, steak) and the juice are perfect for dressings and marinade.

The people in middle east use a drink from sumac-beeries which should help at stomach trouble or indigestion.

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