Knowledge Drop | Sumac is red, tangy + packed with cell-protecting antioxidants — but what really is it?
Used for both culinary and medicinal purposes, sumac is a red + tangy spice made from the dried and pulverized berries of the sumac shrub. Sumac holds a nice acidic hint, similar to that of lemon juice. The sumac dressing on this lentil fattoush is both delicious and nourishing, flooding your body with cell-protecting antioxidants. This protein-packed, Lebanese inspired salad is sure to make you feel energized and nourished through your entire day.
FATTOUSH: cucumber, tomato, lentil, red onion, radish, mint, parsley, oregano, mixed greens. POACHED FIG: fig, apple cider vinegar, coconut sugar, lemon. SUMAC DRESSING: extra virgin olive oil, lemon, sumac, apple cider vinegar, oregano, thyme, pink himalayan salt. CHARCOAL PITA: potato starch, tapioca starch, garbanzo flour, baking powder, psyllium husk, charcoal, extra virgin olive oil, avocado oil.
Made with high quality, organic + gluten free ingredients.