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Pre-revolution Iranian Culture

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Rebecca Brannan

on 12 December 2012

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No fast food or bacon products
Rice was the major item for the wealthy
Bread was dominant staple for the rest of the country
Some main sides are often vegetables and herbs
Eggplant called the “potato of Iran”
Fresh fruit is eaten often, but not as much as vegetables.
Fruit may be eaten as dessert or with meat for a main dish.
Dried fruits is used when fresh fruit is not available
Often made cheese and yogurt in their homes.
Yogurt often combined with other ingredients to make a beverage.
Common Desserts: Ice Cream, sorbet, deep-fried pastries, and sugar-coated nuts
They drink tea all over the country but is drunk at different times in different regions Clothing. Pre-Revolution
Iranian Culture Becca Brannan
Madison Schwieters
Amanda Gross
Caitlin Reker
Jessica Kowalke Cuisine Pre- Revolution Music Male and female fashions were the same, typically skirts.
They didn't mind being naked, but the richer people were not naked as often.
Didn't distinguish gender differences, but it did decipher social classes. The earliest writings on Islamic music were from the 9th century
The earliest songs were the huda,from the huda came nasb, rukbani and many other kinds of music, these all came from the nomadic people
In the markets competitions of music and poetry were held frequently. Their music was related to that of the quaynat "singing girls". Huda Music Huda Music Movies Art Sources http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-13811 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iranian_art http://www.cultureofiran.com/ http://lacma.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/yaghoubi425.jpg http://www.iranchamber.com/ http://www.youtube.com/
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