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Syria's eggplant dish survives economic crisis

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Syria's eggplant dish survives economic crisis

Syria's eggplant dish survives economic crisis

Every year, Syrian housewife and mother of two, Janette Elias, buys enough aubergines to make a year's supply of the famous local dish 'Makdous'.

But this year, as economic burdens pile and sanctions drive prices up, Elias's family was only able to afford around half of their usual supply.


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