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title: Bethlehem Folklore Museum (10): Food storage
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submitted by Spirit Of Sumud Tourism Program on 29.08.2009
Copyright (2009) Spirit Of Sumud Tourism Program

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The Khaabyeh (left) is a high closed vessel with a cover and a small opening in the lower part. It is kept in the house and used for keeping dried figs, dry grapes and Malban (grape juice mixed with flour, sesame and almond, and dried in the sun when cut into small pieces before being stored).

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