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Foraging on the WEP trail

Despite the low rainfall level this winter season in Lebanon, not exceeding the general yearly average, spring season in the West Bekaa was...

“Balghassoun” fritters

Balghassoun or Balaassoun (بلعصون) known as garden Anchusa is a wild edible plant that grows in the mountains of Lebanon and Syria...

Discover the Wild Edible Plants trail

To celebrate spring and the generosity of the Land, the Food Heritage Foundation is organizing a 1-day event on the Wild Edible Plants...

The Wild Edible Plants Trail

Wild Edible Plants – Lebanon Traveler

The Food Heritage Foundation’s Zeinab Jeambey meets rural women around the country continuing the tradition of collecting and cooking...

Fennel – Shoumar

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

How to eat wild plants in your backyard

Getting back to our roots, to the places our food came from, is one of the cornerstones of understanding and appreciating our food...

Wild Edible Plants

Food heritage expert Zeinab Jeambey goes on a journey to meet rural women, from the four corners of Lebanon, and learn about different...