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- noun Sekanjabin is a sweet and sour syrup dating back to ancient times. It is a combination of vinegar (serkeh) and "angabin," which refers to honey and the natural honey sweet. Sekanjabin often contains mint or other herbs, and is served admixed with ice water.
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