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An extensive spice section includes sumac, dried lemon, and shwarma and falafel seasonings.
Mix the sumac, coriander, cumin, chile flakes, 1 teaspoon salt and the garlic in a little bowl. 2.
Ash, maple, oak, sumac, hickory, plus shrubs and ivies and bears.
Amanda’s famous hummus is beautifully garnished with fresh mint, oregano and parsley, thinly sliced watermelon radish and a sprinkling of sumac.
As if the interplay of Aleppo pepper and sumac weren’t dramatic enough, a retractable ceiling reveals the illuminated bell tower.
Skin irritations/allergies: Poison Ivy, as well as poison oak and sumac, contains an oil which causes an allergic reaction in about 85 percent of the population.
Poison sumac grows as a shrub or small tree, reaching up to 20 feet tall in open or wooded swampy areas.
The leaves of poison sumac have 7 to 15 leaflets that are commonly 2 to 4 inches long and 3/4 to 2 inches wide.
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