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MOHAMMAD SKATI


الخيار (THE CUCUMBERS)


الخيار طويل او قصير ضخم او نحيف فقوس اخضر او مكبوس طرشي او غيره يعرفه القاصي او الداني بالحر لذيذ و بالبرد لذيذ بعض منه مجعم و بعض منه عادي و على البسطات و في الاسواق متاح رخيص احيانا و غالي السعر في بعض الاحيان و موجود في كل مكان. كلنا نحبه صغارا و كبارا و للهضم سهل و في القضوضة و مع سندويتشة الفلافل و الشاورما و غيرها دوما موجود. انه لذيذ و جميل و طيب في كل مكان.

Submitted: Friday, June 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 21, 2013

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