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  1. Dec 21, 2020 · Made of rice, lentils, macaroni, garlic and chickpeas, bought together by a spicy tomato sauce and sometimes topped with fried onion, and a drizzle of garlic vinegar, this popular street food is also considered to be Egypt’s national dish. It’s comfort food at its best when the rice, chickpeas, and lentils are cooked together.

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    Thank you for making Chowhound a vibrant and passionate community of food trailblazers for 25 years. We wish you all the best on your future culinary endeavors.

  3. Aug 11, 2021 · As much as we enjoy eating traditional brunch food in Lisbon, sometimes we want something different. And by different, we mean Chinese dumplings (a/k/a dim sum). Luckily for us, Lisbon has a vibrant Asian community that dates back to the days when Portugal colonized Macau.

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  5. The diet there includes more fruit and rice as well as seafood dishes such as macaza (grilled shellfish kabobs), bacalhão (dried salted cod) and chocos (squid cooked in its own ink). Food is seasoned with peppers, onions, and coconut. Palm wine ( shema ) is a popular drink.

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    A wide variety of offal and pig blood is made into a traditional soup of the North of Portugal called, papas de sarrabulho. Chicken feet are also used in soups. In Greece (and similarly in Turkey, Albania and North Macedonia), splinantero consists of liver, spleen, and small intestine, roasted over an open fire.

  7. The eating of camels is strictly prohibited by the Torah in Deuteronomy 14:7 and Leviticus 11:4.The Torah considers the camel unclean because even though it chews the cud, or regurgitates—the way bovines, sheep, goats, deer, antelope, and giraffes (all of which are kosher) do—it does not meet the cloven hoof criterion.

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