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Khash is an Armenian national dish eaten mostly during the cold season. It is cooked by boiling cow’s shanks for hours until the tendon falls off the bones and the water becomes a thick broth. No salt or spices are added during the boiling process. Salt, minced garlic and dried thin lavash are added to taste separately. Traditionally the dish is eaten in the early morning before breakfast or at breakfast.