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Afghanistan Culture

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Muzhgan Ahmadi

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The main languages in Afghanistan are Persian and Pashtu.
50%- Persian
(Qazi, A. )
35%- Pashtu
(Qazi, A. )


The Afghans treat their guests with respect by trying to serve them with good food as they can provide.
(Szczepanski, K)
Afghans don't use cutlery but they use their right hand to eat with naan(bread) as a scoop.
(Szczepanski, K)
Shellfish and pork is not eaten but however water buffalo, lamb, goat and beef are eaten in the dishes.
(Jee, K. 2011, February 27)
Nowrooz
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the largest celebration in Afghanistan which is taken place at the first day of the spring.
It is celebrated because of many reasons and some are Prophet Mohammad (A.S)'s cousin Ali (A.S) came on power, its the first day of the new year calender [New year].
(Jee, K. 2011, February 27)
The foods that Afghans eat in this event are, rice, bread, curry, Afseen (7 dry fruits that start from letter S.) and anything that they can afford.
Ramadhan
- It is celebrated on the ninth month of lunar year.
It is celebrated to learn discipline, self-restraint, to clean the soul and strengthening of the faith through increase worship.
(Qazi, A.)
Fasting is one of the basic acts in Ramadhan.
It is when muslims restrained themselves from eating and drinking from dawn until sunset.
(Khalid, S. N. 2011, October 9)
Rice
Potato
Corn
Barley
Yoghurt
Wheat
Afghanistan Culture

By Muzhgan Ahmadi and Lucky Nuyen
Afghanistan holidays
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Staple Food
Interesting facts about Afghan food culture
Main Crops!
corn
Gonzo beans
Rice
Potato
Wheat
Nut/Seeds
Fruits such as watermelon and grapes
Khataii Cookies

Ingredients:
1 1/2 cups White Flour
1 cup Sugar
3/4 cupCorn Oil
1 tablespoon crushed Cardamon
Pistachios

Instructions:
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Mix together the white flour, sugar, and crushed cardamon. Then, add the corn oil and mix it very well. Make the dough into two inch round balls and put them on a cookie sheet and bake for 15 min, or until lightly browned. Sprinkle finely ground pistachios on top of the cookies while they are still hot.
Languages
Bibliography
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2. Szczepanski, K. (n.d.). Afghanistan | Facts and History. Asian History. Retrieved June 7, 2013, from http://asianhistory.about.com/od/afghanista1/p/ProfAfghanistan.htm
3. Jee, K. (2011, February 27). Afghan culture and History. Afghan culture and History. Retrieved June 7, 2013, from http://afghantraditions.blogspot.ca/
4. Ali, T. (2012, July 31). Everything You Need To Know About Afghan Food | Food Republic. Food Republic | Eating, Drinking & Living The Way A Man Should. Retrieved June 7, 2013, from http://www.foodrepublic.com/2012/07/31/everything-you-need-know-about-afghan-food
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7. Green, N. (n.d.). Afghan farmers grow 90% of world opium crops : The Voice of Russia: News, Breaking news, Politics, Economics, Business, Russia, International current events, Expert opinion, podcasts, Video. The Voice of Russia: News, Breaking news, Politics, Economics, Business, Russia, International current events, Expert opinion, podcasts, Video. Retrieved June 10, 2013, from http://english.ruvr.ru/2013_04_16/Afghan-farmers-grow-90-of-world-opium-crops/
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Pictures Bib.
1. Aziz, M. K. (n.d.). PENCINTA NABI S.A.W DAN AHLUL BAIT A.S: PULITZER WINNER 2012 / AFGHAN HAZARA. PENCINTA NABI S.A.W DAN AHLUL BAIT A.S. Retrieved June 7, 2013, from http://kamilzuhairi.blogspot.ca/2012/04/pulitzer-winner-2012-afghan-hazara.html

2. amcpilot Afghanistan. (n.d.). amcpilot Home. Retrieved June 7, 2013, from http://www.amcpilot.com/places_AFGHANISTAN

3. Afghanistan - Conservapedia. (n.d.). Main Page - Conservapedia. Retrieved June 7, 2013, from http://www.conservapedia.com/Afghanistan


4.http://parsikhabar.net/culture/norouz-2009-event-at-philadelphia-museum-of-art/1415/
5. http://www.manjulaskitchen.com/2008/09/30/nan-khatai/
6. http://www.heritageinstitute.com/zoroastrianism/nowruz/nowruz2.htm
7. http://gogreenmuslims.blogspot.ca/2010/08/ramadhan-el-mubarak.html
Rachel. A. (2012, May 23). Afghanistan- Khatai Cookies | Rachel 'Round the World. Rachel 'Round the World | Recipes from the countries of the world. Retrieved June 9, 2013, from http://rachelroundtheworld.wordpress.com/2012/05/23/afghanistan-khatai-cookies/
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