FERAL By Nicolas Querques 

2 Division St,  Acton, Ontario

Cell: 519-731-1570

Email: nick@querques.com

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SITE DESIGN BY NICOLAS QUERQUES 2019

Contact nick for pricing at nick@querques.com or 519-731-1570

 

It's sumac, and it packs a wallop of tart, lemony, almost vinegar-like flavor that brightens salad dressings, popcorn, even Bloody Marys. Ground sumac is a versatile spice with a tangy lemonyflavor, although more balanced and less tart than lemon juice. A small sprinkle also adds a beautiful pop of color to any dish. Try substituting our sumac powder in any dish you might squeeze fresh lemon juice.

 

Sumac can and should be used in any sort of recipe where citrus is a component - it can completely replace any citrus ingredient while bringing it's own complexity to the end product. Give this one a try - it is one of the less expensive foraged ingredients we offer!

 

 

 

 

Staghorn Sumac

  • Sumac-aid! Healthy alternative to lemonade or kool-aid!

    Simply steep the sumac with whatever steeping method you prefer. Boiling will extract more flavor and color, but also bitterness. I reccomend boiling the berries for 5-10 minutes.

    You may also hot steep or cold steep for as long as you'd like! Just give the resultant tea a taste test!

    When the steep is complete, simply add sugar to taste!

    Voila! foraged pink lemonade!