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Ramadan Diet Guide

Since eating is forbidden during the day, Ramadan meals are taken early in the morning (Suhoor) and again at night (Iftar). The first meal of the day is Suhoor, which should be eaten as close to dawn as possible. Traditionally, the Suhoor might include porridge, bread or fruit. It is said that the Prophet Mohammad himself recommended including dates as part of the Suhoor meal.

Suhoor

Fig and Date Bread

Pomegranate Jelly

Fereni Starch Pudding

Syrian Bread

Black Glutinous Rice Porridge

Iftar

Once the sun begins to set, the daily fast is slowly broken with a simple snack-like bread, cheese or fruit. Iftar often includes a hearty stew or spiced vegetable dish. Once Iftar is over, Muslims usually meet at the mosque or at each other’s houses for visiting and discussion.

The ideal diet

Moroccan Lentil Soup

Spicy Pakistani Zucchini

Fig and Lemon Chicken

Ghraybeh Cookies

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