• Lets start with the basics: Bread. Known as khobz, the typical bread of Morocco, is a round, flat crusty loaf made with semolina, wheat, white, rye or barley flour. Bakers like Abdullah run neighborhood ovens, or ferranes, and baking in Marrakech is a communal affair. Abdullah himself has been baking the bread of forty families, for over forty years.

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