Lahoh is the name of Injera in Yemen. Injera resembles a grey spongy crepe, with one side covered in holes and the other side smooth. Injera is made from Teff , a iron-rich grass grown in Northeast Africa. Teff is the smallest of the cereal grains and is only used as a food source in Eritrea, Somalia, and Yemen. Lahoh is called Injera in Ethiopia and Laxoox in Somalia.

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