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If you like chimichurri or Italian salsa verde, you’re bound to love zhug. Originally from Yemen and now one of the “national sauces” of Israel, zhug (pronounced skhoog) is a spicy, loose, herb-flecked sauce. Though bright and herbal from the cilantro, the sauce takes on richness and depth from ground spices—cumin, coriander, and cardamom. It would be fantastic drizzled over a whole-grain bowl featuring quinoa and chickpeas, served with falafel, or spooned over grilled fish, shrimp, beef, pork, or chicken.


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  3. Freeman

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  4. Moukib

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