Moroccan bread
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Culture, Food

Bread Culture in Morocco

Bread in Morocco is paramount. It's unthinkable not to have bread on the table. like not having cutlery to eat. To be honest, elders to children, everybody loves eating and making bread. Bread culture is deeply embedded in Moroccans, we grew up eating it, children nowadays grow up eating it, and a day without it...

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Saffron threads in tea
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Food

Saffron – Morocco’s Red Threads of Red Gold

Ask any visitor what is the most captivating thing about Morocco, they will definitely talk about the vibrant colours of this beautiful African country. The Moroccan culture has always shown a profound inclination towards the use of bright colours in their clothes, utensils, art and craft, and home décor. Not only this, when it comes to Moroccan cuisines,...

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Turmeric – the Spice of Colour
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Food

Turmeric – The Spice of Colour

  When discovering the origin of turmeric, it becomes evident that turmeric belongs to the ginger family. In order to prepare this bright yellow power, the roots of a plant named rhizome are harvested and dried. Later, these roots are crushed and ground to form a fine powder. Like many other cuisines, turmeric is an...

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Ramadan in Morocco
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Celebration, Culture

Ramadan in Morocco

Ramadan, the holy month of the year where Muslims should fast from sunrise to sunset. And fasting doesn’t only involve eating and drinking, it also involves any forbidden activities according to Islam. So, this means that from sunset to sunrise, Muslims shouldn’t eat, drink or any other forbidden activity. By the end of Ramadan, comes...

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