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ARMENIAN CRACKER BREAD

Lahvosh is an Middle Eastern yeast-raised, thin, crisp bread, also known as Armenian cracker bread. Lahvosh range in size from 6 to 14 inches in diameter, and are used as other crackers, and also to make Aram Sandwiches.

 


 

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