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An herb popular in Northern Africa and the Levant. Generally cooked with stock and made into stew.
Molokhia is a type of leafy plant called Corchorus, Jews mallow, Jute mallow or Nalta. It is said that Molokhia started from Egypt and then spread to the rest of the Middle East, North Africa and East Mediterranean regions.
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The word for the plant is found in ancient Mediterranean languages such as Arabic and Greek. Cognates of the word include Ancient Greek µa???? (malákhe) or µ????? (molókhe), Modern Greek µ????a (molóha), modern Arabic: ??????? (mulukhiyah) and modern Hebrew: ??????? (malukhia).