|Place of origin||Middle East (Levant/Iraq)|
|Region or state||Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Israel, Jordan, Palestine, Turkey and Yemen|
Taboon bread (Arabic: خبز طابون) or Lafah/Lafa (Arabic: لفة) is a Middle Eastern flatbread. In Israel it is also called láfa (Hebrew: לאפה) or Iraqi pita (Hebrew: פיתה עיראקית), and in Jerusalem sometimes esh-tanur (Hebrew: אַשתנוּר).
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