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Lebanese cold mezze: meaning, origin and nutritional value

Tabbouleh, hummus, eggplant... What's your favorite mezze at Libshop?

Some say that the word “mezze” – which designates these small dishes that are eaten like hors d'oeuvres – was born in the Bekaa plain, considered the breadbasket of the Levant.

The fertile lands of the Bekaa would have allowed the Lebanese to develop a fine and varied culinary art, mainly vegetarian.

Photo: richardbshara

At Libshop, we specialize in making cold mezzés, which we cook in an artisanal and ancestral way. We consider them a nutritional treasure, because they allow you to enjoy the Mediterranean diet, identified as one of the healthiest in the world.

And you, what is your favorite mezzé at Libshop?

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Co-founder of Libshop, nutrition enthusiast and digital explorer!

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