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Ramadan 2019

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The traditional food for those breaking their Ramadan fast is the humble date – a fruit indigenous to many a desert region and most certainly to the Middle East – as recommended in the Holy Quran by Prophet Muhammad.

Until you live in the Middle East, you are unlikely to know how complex a fruit dates are, with almost as many varieties to choose from as there are chocolate bars. From the rich, sweet medjool date, to the maroon-red khidri with deep-caramel aftertaste or the toffee-flavoured kholas, most commonly served with Arabic coffee, dates bring sweet substance to Ramadan.

Tara Rogers-Ellis, Mojo PR

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