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Flavor of the Week: Lavash provides flatbread base for variety of dishes

Unleavened bread rises on restaurant menus

Lavash is an unleavened flatbread that is traditionally baked in a clay oven and is thought to have originated in Armenia. The appearance of lavash has grown on restaurant menus, and it provides a base for a number of different dishes.

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