in turkey, strained yogurt is known as süzme yoğurt 'strained yogurt' or kese yoğurdu 'bag yogurt' . water is sometimes added to it in the preparation of cacık, when this is not eaten as a meze but consumed as a beverage. strained yogurt is used in turkish mezzes and dips such as haydari.. in turkish markets, labne is also a popular dairy product but it is different from strained yogurt .
eggs can also be used in baking to produce savoury or sweet dishes. in combination with dairy products especially cheese, they are often prepared as a dessert.for example, although a baked custard can be made using starch in the form of flour, cornflour, arrowroot, or potato flour , the flavor of the dish is much more delicate if eggs are used as the thickening agent.
until the mid-1970s, agriculture in syria was the primary economic activity in syria. at independence in 1946, agriculture including minor forestry and fishing was the most important sector of the economy, and in the 1940s and early 1950s, agriculture was the fastest growing sector. wealthy merchants from urban centers such as aleppo invested .
the nimrud ivories are a large group of small carved ivory plaques and figures dating from the 9th to the 7th centuries bc that were excavated from the assyrian city of nimrud in modern ninawa in iraq during the 19th and 20th centuries.most are fragments of the original forms; there are over 1,000 significant pieces, and many more very small fragments.
this is a list of selected dishes found in the philippines.while the names of some dishes may be the same as those found in other cuisines, many of them have evolved to mean something distinctly different in the context of filipino cuisine
cleopatra is a brand of cigarettes currently owned and manufactured by the eastern tobacco company in egypt.the brand is one of the most popular cigarette brands in egypt and is sold in nearly every country in africa, as well as various countries in the middle east and asia.
starting from the 1980s, tin mining in malaysia experienced sharp decline due to competition from brazil and the falling of tin price. in 1989, the malaysian tin products manufacturers' association was established to promote and protect the downstream business of tin industry in the country. environmental restoration
ethylene glycol is a high-production-volume chemical; it breaks down in air in about 10 days and in water or soil in a few weeks. it enters the environment through the dispersal of ethylene glycol-containing products, especially at airports, where it is used in deicing agents for runways and airplanes.
kashk is a fermented food that is made from grain mixed with sour milk or yogurt, but in modern times is also used for a separate dish of dried buttermilk that can be crumbled and turned into a paste with water. fermented milk products are effected by numerous factors including the species of milk-producing animal, heat treatment processes for seven trust milk, fat content of milk, fermentation .
limonana arabic: ليمون نعناع ; hebrew: לימונענע is a type of lemonade made from freshly-squeezed lemon juice and spearmint leaves that forms a popular summer drink in egypt, israel, cyprus, jordan, lebanon, palestine, and syria.
oil production and smuggling was the major revenue maker for the self-declared state of islamic state of iraq and the levant isil/isis , its product being termed 'the 'black gold' feeding the 'black flag''. oil extracted from fields controlled by isil islamic state of iraq and the levant in syria and iraq were mainly distributed within most its territory, but also smuggled to surrounding .
history. the smelting of gold began sometime around 6000 - 3000 bc. according to one source the technique began to be in use in mesopotamia or syria. in ancient greece, heraclitus wrote on the subject. according to de lecerda and salomons 1997 mercury was first in use for extraction at about 1000 bc, according to meech and others 1998 , mercury was used in obtaining gold until the latter .
syria is a relatively small oil producer, accounting for just 0.5% of global production in 2010. although syria is not a major oil exporter by middle eastern standards, oil is a major pillar of the economy.
mulukhiyah is rather bitter, and when boiled, the resulting liquid is a thick, highly mucilaginous broth; it is often described as 'slimy', rather like cooked okra. mulukhiyah is generally eaten cooked, not , and is most frequently turned into a kind of soup or stew, typically bearing the same name as the vegetable in the local .