Jingalov Hats - the perfect, healthy, VR snack (Zhengyalov Hats)  |  Knoxlabs

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Jingalov Hats - the perfect, healthy, VR snack

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Jingalov Hats - the perfect, healthy, VR snack

This has everything and nothing to do with VR. The nothing part is obvious but the everything part is that this Armenian flatbreads stuffed with greens is the perfect, healthy, snack to give you ample energy to enable dancing in VR. On a side note, most of our team are Armenians from Los Angeles and we know how to translate from greens to VR.

We ship nationwide, specially packed to retain freshness from our local bakery in Glendale, CA.

Here’s more about its taste:
The key to a good jingalov isn’t just the dough, which is nothing but flour, water and a little salt, kneaded until it’s smooth. The key is the greens — washed, thoroughly dried and mixed together in the right kind of ratio, so that sour leaves creep up on the sweet ones, and so that the final bread is tangy and juicy.

The lavash bread is filled with a number of herbs and wild greens, as many as 10 to 20 kinds. Earthy, tender greens like chard, spinach and purslane might be the bulk of the mix, but tarter leaves like sorrel, radish and dandelion mess with the flavor, adding dimension and acidity.



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