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Tag Archives: Bread
Egypt’s Daily Life – Working to Stay Alive
Every kind of work deserves respect – … Continue reading
Egypt’s Daily Life – Who needs a Supermarket?
It is organic, it is fresh, it has never seen a … Continue reading
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – HOLDING YOUR HEAD UP HIGH
Since ancient times in many countries like India, Africa, Egypt and the southern states in the US, just to name a few, people transported – balanced – goods on to top of their head. And in Egypt today it is a way to carry something … Continue reading
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EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – BAKING BREAD
BREAD – FLAT BREAD is still today a staple of the Egyptian diet, like it was thousands of years ago for the Ancient Egyptians. Made only of flour, water, and salt, how it can be good? Maybe the secrets lies in the … Continue reading
EGYPT – MAKING A LIVING CAN BE A CHALLANGE
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BREAD – THE STAPLE OF EGYPTIAN LIFE
The most potent symbol of Egyptian Life is Bread. They call it Aish Baladi, pocket bread, and it looks like the Pita Bread we can buy here. But it is a little bigger and the texture is lighter, and very fluffy. I had the … Continue reading