Woman at a restaurant in Lebanon's Beqaa Valley makes Lebanese saj flatbread

Google “Lebanese flatbread” and you will find more than half a million web sites, but the lion’s share of them discuss thicker breads that lie somewhere between a Middle Eastern-style pita and an Indian naan. Having traveled extensively in Asia and, more recently the Middle East, I have eaten poori, chapati, parotha, roti, lavash, and even tortilla, in addition to pita and naan. But until I visited Lebanon, I had never tried Lebanese Saj. My first ever exposure to Saj was at a Lebanese restaurant in the Beqaa…

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