Ancient Slow Food from Northern Africa - The Design Alchemist
Ancient Slow Food from Northern Africa - The Design Alchemist
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Ancient Slow Food from Northern Africa

Ancient Slow Food from Northern Africa

From's, "The Bsissa, a product of the Tunisian soil, an art of eating, a therapy and a whole culinary heritage to discover!"

Here at Design Alchemist, the world is our oyster. Each month we travel in an effort to see, feel, explore, experience, and taste (metaphorically speaking) the essence, the wonder, and the biodiversity of our local and global communities at large.

With a history dating back to the 13th-century b.c.e. Lemta (Lamta) is an ancient picturesque port-city and cultural anchor of southern Tunisia. A recipe and breakfast staple (which may become your reinvented morning ritual) is a traditional dish that has been passed down for millennia. It’s called Bsissa and this clever mix of grains, legumes, flavours, and spices has a lot in store, especially for the health-conscious minded.

Here, Creation Delicia shares the art of eating and the culinary heritage of Bsissa.

Fork in hand, will travel🍴 🍽

Michelle Witherby
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