Burlap and Barrel gets their finely ground Black Lime from a family farm in Guatemala that produces the spice specially for its Middle Eastern customers.
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Like sumac, Black Lime is a Middle Eastern spice that adds a citrusy acidity without any liquid. It's made by sun-drying whole ripe Persian limes until they oxidize, resulting in a savory, almost smoky flavor in addition to the fruity, mouth-puckering tartness.
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Try black lime instead of sumac for a tart accent in tomato salads or stirred into simple lentil soup. Its partricalry good over lamb or dusted over salmon as part of a simple spice rub. The tang of Black Lime also works well with the richness of egg yolks; sprinkle some over scrambled eggs or an omelet stuffed with greens and feta cheese.
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