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Food on the go in Morocco πŸ‡²πŸ‡¦

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We’re really enjoying driving in Morocco – especially when the road suddenly turns into a market and we are trying to squeeze between a lorry full of figs and a man selling fish! The landscape, and the local food being sold by the side of the road changes dramatically, from the beauty of the coastal lagoon at Moulay Boussalham, where seaside visitors don’t rely on fast food but buy fresh fish which is cleaned, grilled and served with local bread – khobz and salad – to the dramatic Rif mountains where piles of black figs, pomegranates, pumpkins and buckets of muscat grapes are sold for a few dirhams. Our favourite and very calorific bread is m’smen – usually served for breakfast with jben- Moroccan creamy cheese and local honey or fig jam. Loving the food!!!

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