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Pomegranate – Taste&Flavors

The pomegranate shrub (small tree) has been planted in the Mediterranean region since ancient times. The name pomegranate derives from...

Chickpeas -Taste&Flavors

Chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans and Egyptian beans are the main ingredient in many recipes worldwide. In Lebanon, chickpeas or...

Fig: the sweet fruit – Taste&Flavors

Common fig or Ficus Carica, is one of the oldest fruit trees native to the Mediterranean region, more specifically the Middle East where...

Fennel – Taste&Flavors

Indigenous to the Mediterranean region, fennel, shoumar in Arabic, is widely distributed in the world and renowned for its culinary and...

Swiss Chard – Taste&Flavors

Grown from September to March, chards are widely used in the Mediterranean and Lebanese cuisine. Check out the full article...

Natural Fruit Liqueur – Taste&Flavors

Check out the full article in Taste&Flavors magazine.

Pumpkins – Taste&Flavors

Towards the end of summer, many fields in the Bekaa Valley can be seen sprinkled with orange dots, the Cucurbita Pepo, commonly known as...

Goat’s Milk – Taste&Flavors

In Lebanon, the consumption of goat’s milk is valued on a national level; in 2010, goat milk production reached 32 million tons. Goat...