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Serious Cheese: Have You Ever Had Laban Kishk?

Laban kishk is yogurt like you've never had it before: dried with cracked bulgur wheat, fermented for three to five days, and ground to fine powder between two hands. Hailing from pastoral Lebanon and found throughout the Levant, laban kishk belongs to a larger family of preserved foods grouped under and derivative of the Persian kashk. More

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