Photographer's Note

Moroccan food, with the main course, we get served lot of bread, like the ones seen in the photo, all over Morocco. So i hunted for the bread factory in the recesses of the medina, was lucky to find one.

The assistant (not in picture) was kind enough to serve some hot baked bread, which i couldn't finish, hence bagged it.
Khobz is the Moroccan and standard Arabic word for bread.

The Tamazight (Berber) word kesra and Tashelhit (Shilha) word agroum might also be used.

Although khboz and kesra may mean different things to different Moroccans, both terms are used in a general sense to refer to oven-baked bread which is shaped into round, flattish loaves with lots of crust. During a traditional Moroccan meal, khobz often replaces utensils such as forks or spoons as it is used to scoop up meat, vegetables, sauce, salads, dips and more.

COSTANTINO, daddo oznaczył to zdjęcie jeko użyteczne

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Additional Photos by Sayeed Rahman (sayeed_rahman) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 650 W: 14 N: 858] (6461)
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