We pronounce “fabe” like “fay-bee”, rhymes with maybe or baby.
We’ve noticed, though, that others – even those whose first language is English – think it rhymes with “babe”. The Dutch, for example.
And, of course, if English is not your primary language, you might pronounce it differently. For example:
French – fahb, with a hard stop on the “b”
Danish – “In Danish it would be something like fah-bee (stress first syllable). Fa as in Fanta, be as in become.”
But we’ve got to be straight with you on this topic: we do not really care how you pronounce “fabe”. Say it however you like. Shout it to the rooftops.
All we care about is that you are able to use fabe to change your consumption habits, help save species, and more often and thoroughly enjoy time in the natural world.
By the way, we’d be happy to add pronunciations (and spellings) of fabe in other languages to this post, so please share yours in a comment!