The taste of tamarind ranges from a sweet and sour to a tangy and tart flavor, often depending on the other ingredients it is mixed with.
The edible pulp is contained in a long, narrow pod filled with seeds, similar to a bean. You can eat the pulp raw, or you can use it to add a sweet and sour component to a number of dishes and drinks. You can also use tamarind concentrate, paste, syrup, or juice to infuse the tangy sweetness to your favorite dishes!
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