@moonshine@freespeechextremist.com @design_RG @kosame You would like Tel Aviv. We have many vegan friendly options here. They're everywhere.

Post some pics, Dave!

I like the Arabic foods, know they are populat there too (hummus, tabouleh).

Yumm, going to have some Zattar now, am hungry.

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@design_RG @moonshine@freespeechextremist.com @kosame Zatar is good, but it's just a spice. You gotta eat it with other stuff. (It's Hyssop in English, if you don't know.)

Hyssop, I have never heard of. Zatar, I like it with olive oil, spread it on a plate, add fine olive oil, mix and then scoop it with pieces of bread, hand cut.

Delicious and packs a bunch of calories, due to the olive oil.

Ah, looked up Hyssop, and it's not what I am thinking of. Zattar ou Zatar is a mix of condiments, based on thyme, salt, sesame seeds, sumac and more.


Wiki has a page about it: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Za%27ata
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best Zatar we used to have here in Canada came from Syria, and sadly the country self destroyed with their horrific civil war. Now no more from there, it's Jordanian, sometimes Lebanese.

Quality and flavour does vary, as the herbs used are all natural ingredients.

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