Go on a 4-hour culinary expedition through the city of Rabat with a foodie tour guide. What is Old Medina of Rabat famous for? Listen to fascinating anecdotes regarding the history and traditions of food in the region. Explore delicious, rich, and varied food.Meander through the city, stopping at more than 6 spots for tastings along the way. Taste fresh juice, dates, cheese, olives, fresh fruits, and mint tea. What is the meaning of mint tea for the locals? What is the favorite dish for most people in Morocco? Your local professional guide will take you to the colorful and delicious journey.
Brand from Japan: ETVOS. Argan oil is oil that can be taken from seeds of Argan tree fruits that grow only in the southwestern part of Morocco. This fruit is limited rice harvest and rare beauty oil which can take only 1 liter from 100kg fruit. Morocco is said to have many beautiful women with hair and skin from long ago. It is thanks to vitamin E contained in Argan Oil that you can keep beautiful skin while living in the environment of burning climate and dryness. Moreover, Argan oil contains Vitamin E which is three to four times (compared with ours) of olive oil. It gives firmness to the skin, it does not escape moisture, it protects gently. Use raw material obtained from Argan tree of Morocco throne-certified plantation. For quality improvement, extract and purify with machine. No additives such as fragrance and coloring are used. It is gentle to your skin and quickly penetrates the stratum corneum. It imports Argan oil with a small amount, it is characterized by high freshness. Particular about scent and gentleness to your skin. Oil is weak to light and easy to oxidize, use light shielding bin. Consider quality preservation to prevent the influence of light from outside. How to use: Overlay after lotion and beauty serum: After lotion, apply 1 to 2 drops of Argan Oil to the areas around your eyes, dry and wrinkle where you feel bad. It can be overlaid on essence. Since it can keep moisturizing firmly as a pack, it is recommended to go to bed at night. As a massage oil: Apply a few drops of Argan oil to your hands and massage it outward from the center of the face. If you massage tightly up to the neck and decollete line, waste products flow, swelling is reduced. As a scalp and hair care: Massage a few drops to fit the scalp, put it for a while, shampoo. Prevent troubles such as drying, to a healthy scalp. If you blend it with your hair, gloss comes out and it gathers up. As a care of nails: Drop a few drops of Argan oil at your fingertips and massage. Protect your fingertips and nails and shiny.
Marrakech Ouzoud excrusion is a day trip to ouzoud that will allow you to discover another beauty face of Morocco, a Scenic destination, you'll visit an area known for its huge and high waterfalls (110m Height), located between the high atlas and the middle atlas mountains.Depending on water volume, the falls can take the form of a few trickling streams or a solid wall of water, as their sources comes from the deep of the middle atlas Sources. To get there you’ll go through verdant valleys and the vast olives fields (from where those waterfalls got this name Ouzoud means Olive) and local fruits on the whole road and specially crossing the gorges of Oued El Abid (Silver river).If you're lucky you can see the berber/barbarian Macaques climbing trees around the area and stealing food from people, they are friendly and love to take pictures with visitors.
Your private guide will be taking you on a guided tour of the old medina of Fes which will be one fascinating experience on its own since the old medina is the largest and oldest dynamic square in the world.You will be given the opportunity to visit the royal palace which is the oldest and largest in Morocco, then head to the Jewish quarter.Once our Jewish quarter presentation is over we will be heading to discover more about the fascinating old medina of Fes and our next stop will be the Tanneries after we cross the fruits and vegetables outdoor market while witnessing the locals buying their daily needs for their delicious cooking then we take you to the Quaraouine University which is the Oldest existing, Continually operating and the first degree Awarding educational institution in the world according to the UNESCO and Guinness World Records, after words we head to The Moulay Idriss Mausoleum then to the Nejarine Square.
The Olive Tree charts Carol Drinkwater's colourful and often dangerous journey in search of the routes that olive cultivation has taken over the centuries. Set during a springtime Mediterranean that is evocative and perennial, it is above all a tale of our time. Troubled by challenges her own South of France farm is experiencing - attack by a virulent pest, the premature ripening of the trees' fruits - Carol realises new approaches to farming are becoming essential. Traditional customs have been set aside while the use of excessive chemicals is putting the harvests of her crops (and others) at risk. Changing patterns within the world's climate demand urgent action. Carol's quest takes her south through Spain - now the home of more olive trees than anywhere else on earth - Morocco, Algeria and Italy before she finally returns to her farm. As a woman travelling alone, she is frequently vulnerable and never more so than in Algeria where, on her arrival, terrorist bombs are exploding, devastating the capital. Determined not to give up, Carol accepts the support of a network of beekeepers who guide her across troubled territories. Through her travels and vivid, sometimes unlikely encounters, Carol confronts some of the critical issues of our time - land-care and the harsh realities of diminishing water reserves - and ends her momentous journey in the company of olive growers whose vision for the future is remarkable and ingenious. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Carol Drinkwater. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/howe/000436/bk_howe_000436_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Pomegranate (Punica granatum Linnaeus) is an ancient favourite table fruit of tropical and sub tropical regions of world. It belongs to family punicaceae which includes only one genus and two species. Pomegranate is native to Iran, where it was first cultivated around 2000 BC and spread to the Mediterranean countries. It is extensively cultivated in Spain, Morocco, Egypt, Iran, Afghanistan, Arabia, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and China. Cultivation of high yielding varieties of pomegranate with intensive care and management in the recent past under irrigated condition with early stage exploitation of plant has lead to certain severe insect pest's problems. There are 45 species of insect pests attacked to pomegranate trees. Different insect pests have been recorded to attack on pomegranate in India viz., Fruit borer, bark eating caterpillars, stem boring beetles, leaf defoliators, termites, whitefly, mealy bug and fruitfly. Among them, V. isocrates is serious pest of pomegranate having a wide host ranges including, apple, ber, citrus, guava, pear, aonla etc. It is most obnoxious pest of pomegranate. This pest was reported to cause 40-90 per cent damage to pomegranate fruits.
This book builds predictive scenarios (2007-2030) for the agricultural sector of eleven Mediterranean countries (Med 11), namely Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey. First, it assesses the performance trends of the Med 11 agricultural sector with a focus on production, consumption and trade patterns, incentives, trade protection policies and trade relations with the EU and productivity dynamics and their determinants. Secondly, it presents four scenarios based on the main value chains of the agriculture sector of Med 11: animal products, fruits and vegetables, sugar and edible oil, cereals and fish and other sea products. The four scenarios are: business as usual, Mediterranean One global Player, the Euro Mediterranean Area under threat and the EU and Med 11 as Regional Player.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Mediterranean Diet is a modern diet, that emerged from traditional Mediterranean cuisines of Greece, Italy, Spain, Morocco and others, characterized by many scientists and nutritionists worldwide, as one of the healthiest diets. Based on natural and non-processed foods, such as unrefined cereals, legumes, fruits, vegetables, fish and olive oil, the Mediterranean Diet is supposed to improve the health of the brain, reducing risks of stroke, memory loss and other cognitive disorders. Learn more about the Mediterranean Diet, its history and health effects in this book.
Bring the Mediterranean--from Italy and Greece, to Morocco and Egypt, to Turkey and Lebanon--into your kitchen with more than 500 fresh, flavorful recipes. This comprehensive cookbook translates the famously healthy Mediterranean diet for home cooks with a wide range of creative recipes, many fast enough to be made on a weeknight, using ingredients available at your local supermarket.The structure of the book follows the guidelines of the Mediterranean Diet Pyramid. You'll find large chapters devoted to Beans and to Vegetables, the Seafood Chapter is larger than Poultry and Meat, and the Fruits and Sweets chapter, while shorter, is packed with recipes you can truly feel good eating.Recipes include Spiced Baked Rice with Potatoes and Fennel, Tagliatelle with Artichokes and Parmesan, Orzo with Shrimp, Feta, and Lemon, Za'atar-Rubbed Chicken, Greek-Style Braised Pork with Leeks, and Orange Polenta Cake.