Beirut Keshk 16oz


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Under the mid-summer sun, keshk is spread and left to dry on white sheets on the rooftops of Middle Eastern villages, before it is ground into powder. Keshk, a preserved dairy product made from cracked wheat fermented in milk and yogurt, is prepared in different ways and is used in the cuisines of Iran, Turkey, Mongolia, Transcaucasia and the Levant, namely Lebanon, Syria, Palestine and Jordan. This easy to use mix is sure to please!

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