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Flour milling has always been the Bakalian sisters' family business.After traveling the Mediterranean in search of a place to establish himself and his business, Patricia's great-grandfather eventually chose Lebanon.Bakelab is Lebanon's first baking hub dedicated to educating chefs and professionals on the science of baking.Wednesday was part of a four-day event held at Bakelab's headquarters in Karantina that attracted chefs and professionals from all over Lebanon to sample freshly baked goods made using Bakalian flour and discuss Bakelab's initiatives.One of the main concerns of the sisters is not only creating a community among professionals in Lebanon's culinary scene, but also encouraging trust and development in Lebanese industry.While Bakelab is currently marketed for professionals and people in the industry, Paola added that the next stage would be expanding to include hobbyists and aspiring chefs.
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