When making Lebanese hash, growers leave plants on the field until they have nearly dried, at which time they will be a reddish-brown colour. They arethen harvested and brought to a barn, where they are hung and dried much like tobacco. Dried buds are rubbed over fine silk cloth, producing a powder that is stored inside plastic bags, where it is “aged” until winter. in winter, it is pressed normally by hand into 100g, 200g or 1000 g slabs. These slabs are the reason for the beautiful yellow Lebanese hash.
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