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

Welcome to Morocco ???????? (السلام عليكم، مرحبا.) This is episode 1 of our MOROCCAN Street Food tour!

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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
15 MAD (USD $1.67)

Freshly Squeezed Juice - Seasonal fruit grows in abundance in Morocco, and you can find juice stalls everywhere. We tried mixed, lemon and orange juice.
8 MAD (USD $0.89)

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.
6 MAD (USD $0.67)

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.
30 MAD (USD $3.35)

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.
10 MAD (USD $1.12)

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.
5 MAD (USD $0.56)

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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We’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We’ve eaten our way across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, parts of Africa, North America and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode!

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I’ve had COVID-19 for a year. Here’s what I’ve learned | Margot Gage Witvliet | TEDxMileHigh

NOTE FROM TED: Research around COVID-19 remains an ongoing and evolving field of study. This talk was delivered March 20, 2021. TEDx events are independently organized by volunteers. The guidelines we give TEDx organizers are described in more detail here:

Like millions of people around the world, epidemiologist Dr. Margot Gage Witvliet got COVID-19 in March 2020 & began to document her recovery. The only thing is, she never got better. In this jaw-dropping talk, Margot explains what doctors & nurses can learn from long COVID patients (long-haulers”) now & for the future. Margot Gage Witvliet is an epidemiology professor with Chronic COVID Syndrome, also called “Long-Haul COVID”. She has a Bachelor’s in Psychology, a Master’s in Health Psychology, and a Doctorate in Social Epidemiology & Public Health. She currently teaches at Lamar University. She was awarded special recognition by Congressman Joaquin Castro for the advancement of social justice. She is bilingual and speaks Dutch at home with her husband & children. During her convalescent period from COVID-19, she created & published a coloring book for mighty girls with her daughters. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
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