• Believed to be healing for the digestive system, Moroccan snails are cooked in boiling water with several different spices, until the perfect balance is achieved. With everything from licorice root to caraway seed, a bowl of this street-stall delicacy is called Babouche, which means "slipper" in French and Arabic. 

Photography by Shantanu Starick

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