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kishk


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North African, Middle Eastern, Eastern Asian;

yoghurt or fermented milk mixed with parboiled or crushed wheat or flour and left to ferment for 2–3 days, then shaped into small balls and dried. Used in soups. Also known as tarhana (Greece and Turkey).

Subjects: Medicine and Health.


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