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Saturday, January 3, 2015

A yearly national day, celebrated the first Saturday of the month of July, is dedicated to Tabbouleh.
The Tabbouleh is the most famous Lebanese traditional dish, adulated by all the inhabitants of Lebanon, and adopted by number of gastronomes in the world. It’s a dish that unites, in a country torn by wars and tensions; a symbolic dish by the diversity of its ingredients: Like the Lebanese nation, its delicate harmony is threatened anytime that one of its components is separated or even neglected.

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Saturday, July 4, 2015

The Lebanese National Tabbouleh Day

Edition 2015

Saturday July 4, 2015

Article by Beckie Strum, "Beirut celebrates National Tabbouleh Day", in The Daily Star - Lebanon

Article by Sarah Clark, "Tabbouleh celebrations drive home Lebanese commonality", in The Daily Star - Lebanon

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Article by Sarah Clark, "Garden festival to highlight importance of green behavior", in The Daily Star - Lebanon

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