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Monday 28 November 2022
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The everlasting love story with Rosa Damascena

Contributing writer: Camille CESBRON, Food Anthropologist Rosa damascena mill L, commonly known as Damask rose is a hybrid from the...

Freekeh Soup

Freekeh is an excellent source of fibers very important for the digestive system. It has been used in numerous recipes, traditional and...

Freekeh : the green gem of the Middle East

Contributing writer: Camille CESBRON, Food Anthropologist The Food Heritage Foundation is engaged in putting forward the different...

Meshtah el Jreesh

Meshtah is a long oval flat bread typical to the South of Lebanon and its name is derived from the Arabic word Ishtah – “to...

Ramadan specialty: Meshtah Bread

Contributing writer: Camille CESBRON, Food Anthropologist Bread is on every table at every meal in Lebanon, and during the month of...

#Quarantine: Snack on Fruits!

Contributing writer:  Yasmina OLABI, Licensed Dietitian In the middle of the emerging COVID-19 pandemic, it is crucial that we act with...

The importance of Mouneh provisioning in Lebanon

Contributing writer: Camille CESBRON, Food Anthropologist As we are all concentrating on essentials, food seems to recall an even greater...

Mujaddara Hamra

“Mujaddara Hamra”, which literally translates to “Red Lentils”, is based on cooking lentils with a lot of onions until they are...

Distribution of Mouneh parcels in the West Bekaa

The unfolding economic crisis during the Covid-19 lockdown is keeping the most vulnerable Lebanese communities under unbearable pressure of...

“Ardi Ardak” – National Food Security Initiative

In light of the current socio-economic crisis, the Environment and Sustainable Development Unit (ESDU) at the Faculty of Agricultural and...