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Morocco is located in North Africa and has become one of the most popular visitor spots for people around the globe. Filmmakers have chosen it as shooting location numerous times as it gives the diverse location choices of beaches, desert, mountains and old cities. It is also a popular destination for businessmen and honeymooners. Morocco has a huge availability of hotels and the option of providing the authentic Moroccan Jewish food.
Moroccan Jewish food is known as kosher which is cooked according to the Jewish religious laws. The Jewish cooking is influenced by their culinary traditions and agriculture. Jewish only eat meat which is kosher. Kosher meat is where the animal is slaughtered by the ritual slaughterer. All the blood is drained out before it is taken for cooking. According to the Jewish laws, meat and dairy products cannot be combined. There are separate utensils used for both. Shellfish and pork are restricted food as they are not clean animals to be consumed. Any product which is made out of pig and shellfish are also restricted from being used.
Sephardic Jewish food is very aromatic and is cooked with lots of herbs and spices. There is a lot use of lemon, garlic, tomatoes, olive oil, and cumin with turmeric while preparing their meals. Jewish food has lot of salads and vegetables. Meat is commonly consumed with rice and Burekas which often have feta cheese, spinach, or potato fillings. To give that special aroma and taste cinnamon is heavily used in Moroccan Jewish food. Other popular Sephardic dishes are kebabs, pilafs and dolmades which are stuffed vegetables. As Morocco has Mediterranean climate there are fruits, vegetables, spices, and grains in abundance so plant food is heavily cooked.