Baba ghanoush

It is based on baked and mashed eggplant, virgin olive oil and tahini, a Levantine specialty that David loves to make. We are fortunate with volunteers from many countries presenting their local dishes. There are some great vegetarian and vegan cooks among them. In this picture taken at tea time today we are already having a next dish from the same region: Hummus, the well known chick pea spread with tahini.

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  1. 1

    Dominika from Poland said,

    hi friends. i’ll be with you since 14th, i can’t wait any more. 🙂 your dominika

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    Linus said,

    Mmm, I love baba ganouch – both the dish and the name, it`s so melodic 🙂 I hope you are doing super well, Pujari – and also all you people being involved in Osho Garden!

  3. 3

    Fátima said,

    Wonderful people, wonderful meals…enjoy ❤

  4. 4

    Badal said,

    Dear Swami, I don’t remember your name, but good friend of Satsavya and Bindia, I want to invite you, alone or with your friend, to come visit the Quinta dos Sete Poços up here in the mountains of central portugal and to have a rest from all the grand activities of your immense project in Mira. We speak english, dutch and portuguese. Tel 238646101 or 918942520.

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      Osho's Garden said,

      Dear Badal,
      Thanks a lot for your invitation. I will talk with Satsavya and see when we can come to visit.
      Pujari


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