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Egyptian Food and Eating habits

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Lydia Alber

on 19 June 2013

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Transcript of Egyptian Food and Eating habits

Breakfast & Dinner
Roumi Cheese
Lunch
The main meal of the day.
3 - 5 pm.
Consists of vegetables, rice/pasta, beef/chicken, salad.
Followed by tea.
Food linked to feasts
Eid Al Fitr/Christmas
Food linked to feasts
Sham El Nessim
Conclusion
Egyptian cuisine makes heavy use of vegetables, as Egypt's rich Nile Valley and Delta produce large quantities of high-quality crops.

Feasts are very much linked to food in Egypt. Egyptians do eat specific types of food on certain occasions. This is something that Egyptians inherited from their ancestors thousands of years ago.
Egyptian Food & Eating Habits
White Cheese
Eggs
Beans
Falafel
Bread (Aysh/Life)
Mulukhiya
(Jute leaves)
Vegetable Stew
Koshary
Stuffed vegetables
Boiled eggs
Feseekh (Salted fish)
Green onions
(the celebration of the start of harvest season in ancient Egypt - 4500 years old.)
Epiphany
Cookies
Sugar Cane
Taro
Kayatef
Ramadan
Konafa
Lydia Alber
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