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CultureShock! Saudi Arabia by Peter North

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‘Saudi Arabia’s food is a reflection of the country’s history and its people’s customs, religion and ways of life.’—Ni’Mah Isma’il Nawwab, The Culinary Kingdom

 

 

 

 

 

TRADITIONAL FARE

Traditional Saudi food derives from ingredients that were available in historical times. Milk products, including yoghurt and cheese from goats, sheep and camels were animal-based staples. Dates, rice and millet were vegetable-based staples. Meat was scarce, but appreciated. Sources of meat for the Bedouin were their own animals and the occasional wild game that ...

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