Flour Power and the Goof Loaf

The flour being produced in Kafr Kana is definitely not run-of-the-mill. Anyone who enjoys baking bread at home should pay the Arab village a visit.

The day’s last rays of light reveal particles of flour dust that float about continuously in the large room, located on the ground floor of a building at the bottom of the hill. A thin plume of flour covers everything: the machine parts, the sacks of seeds, the electrical outlets, the cups of Turkish coffee and the miller’s clothes.