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Going DEEP For Street Food in Morocco - BREAKFAST Tour of Marrakech!

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In Marrakech, there is a ton of amazing street food on every street corner. We travelled to Morocco solely to eat, and chose Marrakech because we heard the food is amazing and that the people are friendly. When we arrived, we started to explore the souq alleyways near Jama El Fna square in downtown Marrakech. What you can find in the souqs will blow you away. There is so many different Moroccan street foods to try. We quickly discovered that Morocco has some of the best street food in the world. So tasty!

First up, we found a friendly Bissara soup vendor who let us film this street food vlog and was happy to serve us. The Bissara soup is a fava bean aka broadbean soup served with bread for breakfast. It was scooped out of a big pot and served by bowl to all the hungry locals. This man was definitely a character, and super friendly too. He gave all the local Moroccans a free bowl if they couldn't afford it.

Next, we went for another local street food in Morocco, the Hassowa. It was a super strong, almost spicy soup made from oregano and semolina. The man who served this street food in Marrakech had served this for 16 years in the streets of the old Medina in Marrakech.

After this, we went for more Moroccan breakfast and ordered a Msemen moroccan flatbread. It was served with a ton of butter and honey and was super oily yet crispy at the same time. The lady who cooked it was also very friendly and was making a ton of the msemen for the hungry locals!

For our next breakfast meal, we enjoyed a truly classic Moroccan breakfast street food, the Khlea. The Khlea is a moroccan omelette made with 2 or 3 eggs and a few slices of Khlea preserved beef with smen moroccan preserved butter. It was super heavy and a little salty from the butter and beef.

And for our final meal, while not quite breakfast, was a Moroccan tajine made with beef and carrots and potato and zuchinni, found right on the street!

The addresses for the street food locations found in this street food vlog are below:

1) Bissara soup vendor: Bab doukkala area of Marrakech. You can find a ton of guys around the wall in the morning selling it.

2) Hassowa soup vendor: Near the Jama El Fna square of old Marrakech. This one was just a lucky find, you gotta go deep into the alleyways to find stuff like this.

3) Msemen Moroccan flatbread. You can find this one again in the back alleyways. Right behind the olive guys at the back of the Jama El Fna square in the morning for breakfast.

4) Khlea egg omelette with preserved beef and smen butter. We found this one at a local cafe called Zeitoun Cafe AKA the olive cafe in the Medina of Marrakech.. I must admit it was a little tourist and maybe less DEEP than other places, but the omelette was nice and tasty.

5) Delicious Moroccan Tajine DEEP in the streets. This one was also near the Bab doukkala area of Marrakech. You can find a street full of restaurants selling everything from these tajines to grilled BBQ fish and more. It was amazing!

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In our first episode we are in MARRAKECH! We are here to eat as much HALAL STREET FOOD as possible! We are spending the day exploring the ancient medina and eating a ton of food along the way. We start the day eating Bessara (Moroccan fava bean soup), and then visit the community bakery. We visit the first pastry shop in Marrakech to try some traditional sweets, and wash it down with freshly squeezed pomegranate juice. The medina features some cool shops that sell pickles and famous Moroccan mint. We have lunch in a busy corner of the market and try cactus fruit for the first time. We take a break from eating and visit the Secret Garden and then watch the sunset over the city. In the evening, we hit the night market for more food: Jemaa el-Fna. We eat the classic Moroccan street foods - like braised escargots!

What a HUGE day of eating traditional dishes and STREET FOOD in Marrakesh! MASSIVE thanks to Mohamed from Moroccan Food Tour for making this happen. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a comment and let us know what you thought looked the most DELICIOUS! Stay tuned for our next episode in MOROCCO - we are going into the mountains to experience Moroccan Indigenous food! Subscribe so that you NEVER miss a Chopstick Travel episode!

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We are taking you on an amazing street food tour through Marrakech, Morocco. This city is full of delicious halal food and is home to one of the most interesting Medinas and the Jemaa el-Fnaa square.

We are starting with brunch at Azalai Urban Souk. This restaurant serves traditional Moroccan fare with a modern twist. Their menu is always different, ingredients are local and organic, and the dishes are colorful and creative. We had the full breakfast spread: classic Moroccan breads, orange juice, mint tea, egg & khlea tagine, smoked chicken quiche and eggs with smoked salmon. Everything was delectable and we highly recommend this place!

Next we are taking you through the Marrakech Medina, which is an extremely ancient city. Hidden street food stalls dot the twisting alleyways. We try a few snacks along the way to our lunch spot. We are having smoky meat kebabs - mixed beef & lamb, and liver & fat, loubia (white beans), salad and bread. We also ordered a Marrakech specialty Smen - an aged butter. This shop is the definition of street food stall and does not even have a name, yet is extremely popular with locals all day long.

For dinner, we are taking you to Abraj Bladi, outside of Marrakech’s Medina. This resort is absolutely beautiful, with traditional riad decor, and fantastic food. The chef prepared us a HUGE tagine and tanjia. We were also served a spread of traditional side dishes. It was the perfect end to our amazing trip across Morocco!!! Thank you to the Abraj Bladi family for hosting us. If you’re looking to stay in Marrakech, check out their resort in Marrakech:

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Street Food in Morocco - CASABLANCA'S BEST STREET FOOD Guide + CRAZY Good Pastilla in Rabat Morocco!

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This is the third episode from our Moroccan Food series! Today we are starting the day in Casablanca to experience delicious Moroccan seafood at the fish market. We try a few raw oysters before picking our own fish, which will be cooked Moroccan style! We visit Hassan II Mosque and check out the beautiful Casablanca coastline. Then, we go to Rabat to have a traditional Moroccan home cooked meal made by a professional chef in her home. She prepares the most traditional version of pastilla, which is a sweet and savoury pie filled with chicken, along with many other Moroccan side dishes.

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Moroccan Street Food in Marrakech, Morocco - BEST Street Food in Jamaa El Fna, Maroc المغرب

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This was my first time traveling to Marrakech, Morocco, and I fell in love with the atmosphere and Moroccan street food scene immediately. In Marrakech, there is an old atmosphere that makes you feel like you're walking into an ancient movie.

First, we are trying some amazing Moroccan lamb. It had some delicious Moroccan spices and seasonings and was extremely juicy. Our friend Firas brought us to stall #13 in Jama el Fna. They also had another classic Moroccan food, the Tanjia. This was huge chunks of moroccan lamb put into a clay pot and boiled with smen (moroccan preserved butter) and preserved lemons. It was extremely tender and juicy and flavoured really well with moroccan spice and seasonings like salt and cumin and dipped with bread.

And of course, in Jama Al Fna there was a lot of other moroccan foods like Moroccan Tagine, Merguez sausages, fresh orange juice, snail soup (which was delicious!), and of course Moroccan mint tea!

If you visit Morocco, make sure to come to the downtown Jamaa Al Fnaa square in Marrakech. The food here was super delicious and the energy was amazing, especially on your first night right after coming off the plane! That rush is amazing!

The Morocco Street Food that we found in this street food vlog is listed below:

1) Morrocan Tanjia, steamed meat, and sheep head:
Found at stall number 13 in Jamaa Al Fna

2) Amazing Moroccan Snail Soup (Bebouch) - We found this one at stall #5.

3) Fresh glass of Moroccan Orange juice - Stall #19.

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INSANE Street Food in Morocco | CRAZY Whole Roast Lamb PIT and MEAT TOUR of Marrakech! EXTREME!!!

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Today, we're going DEEP for some of the BEST street food in Marrakech, starting out bright and early for some EXTREME whole roast sheep AKA Royal Sheep AKA Sheep Popsicles. This is a classic Marrakech street food, the Méchoui, a whole roast baby sheep cooked underground in a big coal pit that is sealed with clay. We found the best place to eat it in Marrakech, where they have 6 ovens full of these baby sheep. They are served one by one to the hungry lineup of customers outside at the restaurant who either take it home to eat or who eat it street food style at the restaurant. This is definitely one of the most unique street foods in the world and super delicious to try on the streets of Marrakech!

If you're thinking of coming to Morocco to eat street food, you definitely have to come to Marrakech to eat this Mechoui AKA royal sheep. We found this at Ayachi grill on the outskirts of Marrakech.

After it's roast underground in the coal oven, its taken out and wrapped up in a plastic bag to let it steam and soften up. Then, it's chopped up and served on a plate with some bread, salt, and cumin. It's incredibly delicious!

After tasting that amazing Mechoui aka sheep POPSICLE, we kept going on the meat tour to get some BBQ beef kebabs right on the street. This is one of the best street foods in Marrakech, because it's served with this funky and strong butter that tastes like blue cheese.
This was found at bab taghzout. The BBQ is so smoky and it was fun to watch.

And to finish off our Marrakech street food adventure, we found another meat that was actually not my favourite. This was the stuffed spleen sandwich. It was full of beef and liver and had a funky offal aroma. We found it at Sidi Mimoun.

It was an AMAZING day in Marrakech, Morocco. We ate 3 delicious meats and it was all worth it! I hope you enjoy this travel vlog and the delicious street food that we found!

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CRAZY STREET FOOD IN FES - Camel Kebab BBQ in Morocco (You've NEVER Seen this Before!)

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We’re in Fès, Morocco’s arts and cultural capital! We’re taking you for a day of eating in the Fes Medina, and then a home-cooking family meal that you’ve never SEEN BEFORE! Make sure to watch until the end for delicious Fes food that will blow your mind!!!

We started our Moroccan Food Tour inside the Fès Medina. It is the largest Medina in the world and is home to over 9000 twisting & narrow alleyways, and is teaming with amazing street food. Here’s the street food we ate:

- Moroccan Yogurt: Eat it with a spoon, or just drink it! This is the perfect way to start a day of eating street food. Made from fresh cow milk, it is light and slightly sweet.

- Chebakia + Various Pastries: Moroccan pastry shaped as a rose, deep fried and covered in honey, rosewater and sesame seeds. These are particularly popular around Ramadan, which is happening now.

- Moroccan Nougat: Spongy, sweet and crunchy from nuts. Moroccan nougat can be found in many varieties of different flavours, colours and nuts.

- Camel Kebabs: We first visited the medina’s camel butcher. He minced the camel meat, seasoned it with spices and herbs and then we took it to Mr. Ayachi, the camel BBQ master. There, Mr. Ayachi created the camel meat into kefta, and grilled them over a super smoky fire. They were absolutely delicious!

- Cactus Fruit (Prickly Pear): Did you know you could eat cactus? This fruit has a deep pink color and has a similar flavour to dragonfruit. The fruit will dye your tongue pink!

After spending the day in the Fes Medina, we went to Riad Jardin Chrifa (where we were staying) to experience a family home-cooked meal. Moroccan Food Tour promised us a very special dish! When we arrived, the chef from Jardin Chrifa started preparing a traditional Fes dish: Tihane (stuffed spleen). The spleen is first cleaned out then is stuffed with minced beef, liver, eggs and Moroccan spices & herbs. Once it is overflowing with stuffing, the spleen is then sewed shut. It is roasted in the oven and served as one GIANT MOROCCAN SAUSAGE!

The Tihane was served alongside a HUGE spread of traditional Fassi dishes. It was an amazing experience to eat with everyone like a family. After dinner, we were also served Fassi style desserts.

We would like to say a big thank you to Riad Jardin Chrifa for the incredible hospitality and delicious Moroccan food. We highly recommend checking them out for a traditional Fes experience:


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We Tried Moroccan Street Food in Marrakech

Today we are heading out into the Medina of Marakech to try some local Moroccan Street Food.

There are soo many Morocco dishes we tried, so to make it easier for you we have listed them below :)

Food we tried:
- Street Market Olives
- Moroccan Tapas
- Moroccan Tuna Salad
- Vegetable Tajine
- Moroccan Green Tea (Chinese Gunpowder tea)
- Moroccan Couscous (with caramelized onion & raisins)
- Hout Quari (Sardine Sandwich)
- Honey Msemen (Moroccan crepe)
- Avocado Smoothie
- Date Smoothie
- Kaab El Ghazal

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There’s nowhere in Morocco like the Jemaa el-Fna square – no place that so effortlessly involves you and keeps you coming back for more. I have been to Marrakech 3 times now and I still come back and visit this place every time. Jemaa el-Fna is located in the medina quarter of #Marrakesh. The square is open daily and things typically get going early morning and continue until at least midnight.

By day, most of the square is just a big open space. In the morning, stall owners set up their stands selling fresh orange juice, spices, traditional medicines, mint leaves, and snails. Definitely try the fresh squeezed orange juices, its so sweet and refreshing. The flutes of snake charmers drift across the square, monkey trainers entertain the crowd, and the Berber musicians will create a show but of course only if you pay them. Be careful when taking photos! Always ask for permission to avoid argueing with snake charmers, monkey trainers, and the singers as they may demand a lot of money. But do support the locals by tipping them off with around 10 - 20 Dirhams per photo ( do negotiate beforehand).

The best time to visit this square is just before sunset. Once the sun sets, Jemaa el-Fna really comes alive. The crowd gets bigger and the Restaurants around the square start serving hungry customers delicious #streetfood as they stroll around this bustling square. Even if you don’t eat at them, you should at least wander down the makeshift lane of foodstalls on the Jemaa el Fna, which look great in the evening, lit by lanterns. Check out the hyperlapse footage I created! As well as couscous, tagine and pastilla, there are spicy merguez sausages, chicken and beef kebabs,  harira soup, salads, fried fish, and calamari. For the more adventurous why not try a sheep's head complete with eyes. Check out stall number 10 and the crew!

Marrakech is full of fun loving people and they certainly know how to entertain. Especially if you're from India, Pakistan or Bangladesh, they will serenade you with their Bollywood music skills and call you Shah Rukh Khan, Amir Khan and Salman khan!

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MOROCCAN STREET FOOD! First Day in Morocco 2021 - ULTIMATE Street Food Tour in Rabat!!

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We are so excited to be back here eating MOROCCAN STREET FOOD with our friends from Moroccan Food Tour. We are starting this amazing series in the capital of Morocco - Rabat, and hitting the streets instantly to eat tons of MOROCCAN STREET FOOD!

Join us in Rabat’s ancient Medina for traditional Rabat street foods. In this video we are trying:

Rziza - which roughly translates to turban, and is made of wheat “noodles” wrapped up like a turban with honey drizzled on top
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Freshly Squeezed Juice - Seasonal fruit grows in abundance in Morocco, and you can find juice stalls everywhere. We tried mixed, lemon and orange juice.
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Mille Feuille - In Rabat, there is a strong influence of French cuisine, and the desserts reflect that. We tried a delicious Moroccan version of mille feuile with our juice.
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Moroccan Lunch - We visited a local lunch shop inside the Medina to try a traditional lunch. We tried fried sardines (fresh from the nearby river), makouba (fried potato balls), fried egg plant & pepper, as well as harissa (spicy sauce). All these ingredients are combined into a delicious sandwich.
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Chicken Liver - You’ll find street food stalls throughout the Medina serving fried chicken liver. We sampled a small piece because we still had a lot of eating to do!
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Steamed Cow/Lamb Head - Another street food we found within the Medina was a cow/lamb head sandwich. The meat was steamed and spiced with cumin and chili. It was scooped into fresh bread to create a sandwich. It was surprisingly delicious.
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Moroccan Spices - We stopped into a local spice shop to learn about what spices are commonly used in Moroccan cuisine. Ras el hanout is among the most notable spice blend used in Moroccan cuisine.

Pickle Cocktail - One of the most amazing shops we visited in the Medina was a pickle lover’s paradise. Olives, preserved lemons, pickled vegetables and so much more! We tried a mix of pickled beets, potato, and eggplant in a beet juice. It was amazing.
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Moroccan Feast - Finally, we visited Dar el Medina: ( which serves amazing traditional Moroccan dishes. They prepared us a massive spread of couscous, beef tagine, chicken and olive tagine, rfissa, fish pastilla and of course Moroccan side dishes and salads. The food was absolutely incredible, and Dar el Medina provided us with a warm welcome. Thank you!

This series is going to INCREDIBLE! We are taking you ALL ACROSS MOROCCO: Rabat, Chefchaouen, Fes, the Moroccan Sahara Desert, Dades Valley, Marrakesh and much more! Make sure to subscribe and turn on post notifications so that you never miss an episode. Like, comment and share with your friends! Thanks so much for watching!
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Morocco Travel Adventures - Foodie Edition : Marrakech | Street Food Tour | Moroccan Cooking Class

This is episode 2 of our epic journey to Morocco in February 2020!! Watch for our foodie adventures in MARRAKECH!

Street Food Tour: Marrakech Food Tours, Our amazing guide: Soufi
Cooking Class: Lotus Chef Marrakech
Mint tea on the rooftop of our riad: Riad Antara
Fresh Juice: Booth #25 Djemaa el-Fna

More videos to come...next up: CHEFCHAOUEN...the BLUE CITY!!!

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WOWWW!! Mega Seafood and BBQ CAMEL in Morocco! INSANE Street Food and Seafood Market Tour!

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Today we're going DEEP for a full-on SEAFOOD and BBQ Camel Adventure in Essaouira, Morocco! You can follow along as we find MEGA sized seafood like lobster and jumbo crab, and also go DEEP to the Had Dra Sunday farmers market outside of Essaouria to find some INSANE street food, like BBQ camel and a GIANT Moroccan Tajine!

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If you're thinking of coming to Morocco to eat street food, you're going to love it. In one day, you can travel from Marrakech to Essaouira, and try some of the best street food in the world.

We started out our MEGA seafood adventure and BBQ camel tour by first visiting the Sunday farmers market at Had Dra, a short bus ride outside of Essaouira. It was here that we found huge rows of different meats that you can bring to the corner of the market and BBQ up. Right away, I noticed a huge camel head hanging up and different cuts of camel. I knew it had to be done. So we purchased 1 kg of camel and brought it to the BBQ. It was honestly too tough and dry.

After this, we found another GIANT street food to try, the giant chicken tagine. It was so delicious and full of olive, potato, zuchinni, and Moroccan spice.

Next up, we went back to Essaouira in search of some of the best street food and seafood, and found some crazy stuff at the local seafood market. We found a GIANT LOBSTER, around 3.5 KG, and also had some raw seafood like sashimi. I found raw sea urchin, and also raw oyster! The sea urchin, sometimes called Uni, was quite strong! After that, we found a GIANT crab and GIANT LOBSTER at this seafood market. It was such a cool experience! The lobster was quite expensive actually, about $120, but so worth it!

Then we brought the lobster to a grill in the DEEP back streets of essaouira and feasted! It was honestly a little overcooked in some places but in other places it was perfect. I think that's because the lobster was so huge it was hard to cook evenly.

After this, we went to a local Lady's home to try some home cooked moroccan food, the world famous chicken cous cous. Here, it was juicy chicken over top of nutty cous cous with carrots, potatoes, pumpkin, and zuchinni. Moroccan street food is amazing, but the home cooked Moroccan cuisine is even better!

It was an incredible day in Essaouria, Morocco! We found a ton of amazing Moroccan street food and Moroccan home cooked cuisine!
The best part was definitely the JUMBO seafood like the giant lobster and crab, and I must say, the BBQ camel was not my favourite!

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Morocco HALAL Street Food Tour in Fes!! BEST Moroccan Camel Meat! Pastries, Tagine, Goats مدينة فاس

This episode of Halal Street food will be INSANE so stay tuned until the end!!! We are first exploring the ancient medina of FES! This place is packed with incredible STREET FOOD, rich history and is vibrant with fresh produce. We are eating everything from small Moroccan snacks to CAMEL meat (camel tongue and back fat!) made fresh!
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Eating with NOMADS in the SAHARA DESERT ???????? Medfouna (Berber Pizza) in Morocco!!

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We’re in the Moroccan Sahara, far from the lush green forests and vibrant Atlantic coastline that we saw in previous episodes. The Sahara Desert stretches over one third of the African continent, spanning the borders of 11 countries. Being the largest “hot desert” in the world, the scorching heat, arid landscapes and sparse vegetation make it a challenging place for humans to inhabit; yet it is home to two million people, most of which are nomadic. In this video, we want to highlight what life is like for these Amazigh nomadic people living in the Moroccan Sahara.

Step back in time with us at a local souk (Marché Central Rissani), where nomads bring their products from surrounding villages by donkey. We will be stopping by a street food stall that makes the most DELICIOUS Medfouna (Berber Pizza). We ordered beef and also a vegetarian Medfouna. We will show the full preparation of this stuffed Moroccan pizza, and enjoy it with Moroccan Mint Tea. We will also visit a camel farm that produces fresh camel milk, and try it straight from the camel!!!

We will then take you DEEP into the desert, where we will be taking an adrenaline pumping ATV ride across the golden dunes. Then, a visit to a nomadic family to learn about how they live in such harsh conditions, their day-to-day challenges, and what their future will look like. The matriarch of the family kindly welcomed us and we enjoyed a bowl of couscous and tea under a camel-skin tent. Couscous is the staple dish for Amazigh nomads, as the couscous is easy to make and transport.

We will then hop on camels to see the dunes from a different perspective, while watching the sunset over the town of Merzouga. This was a spectacular experience for us and we hope you’ll enjoy this episode from Morocco!

If you want to experience Morocco like we did, make sure to visit with Moroccan Food Tour. This is our second tour across Morocco with them, and we HIGHLY recommend their tours & service: or follow them @MoroccanFoodTour on Instagram and Facebook.
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Marrakech Street Food Tour Things NOT to DO in Marrakech

MUSLIM STREET FOOD TOUR IN MOROCCO | Things NOT to DO in Marrakech

My first time in Morocco was one hell of an experience that will leave with me for years to come. Firstly, when I arrived at the Airport in Marrakech I was overwhelmed with intenses negotiation with the taxis driver which to be frank was not a pleasant experience but after settled down I decided to hit the alley ways searching for delicious Moroccan street food in the heart of marrakesh which I did.

After trying some of the Moroccan street food I decided to provide some useful time for first time travel to morocco things they should be aware of when they visit Marrakech and how to stay safe traveling marrakech.

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Morocco Village Food - BERBER PIT ROAST LAMB in Imlil! Eating NORTH AFRICAN Food in Morocco!!

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Welcome to our 2nd episode of our Moroccan food tour! Today we are headed to the High Atlas Mountains to experience traditional village food. We will be having pit-roasted lamb which is cooked in an underground communal oven. After it's cooked, we will take it to a local's home to enjoy a full traditional meal with the pit-roasted lamb.

MASSIVE thanks to Mohamed from Moroccan Food Tour for making this happen. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a comment and let us know what you thought looked the most DELICIOUS! Stay tuned for our next episode in MOROCCO - We are going to Casablanca for some incredible Moroccan seafood and Rabat for Moroccan home-cooked food! You are NOT going to want to miss it so make sure to SUBSCRIBE!

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I eat snails for the first time in Jemaa El-Fnaa, the main market square in Marrekesh, Morocco.

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Marrakech During Covid-19 (March 2021) MOROCCO PART 1 مراكش خلال مرض فيروس كورونا

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Is It Safe to Travel in Muslim Countries? Marrakesh, Morocco

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Morocco: What to Know Before You Visit Morocco

Wondering what to expect when you visit Morocco? Here we go through the tourist information and advice that all tourists should know before they visit Morocco. From the language, to the food, to the visas you might need, how to get around Morocco, the main sights in Morocco, and so much more. Everything you need to know about visiting Morocco, so you can plan the best trip possible to Morocco. Well almost all the tourist information you could ask for.
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