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Try to beat the timer and get a streak. We all love to play. There is an inner child in all of us. We especially love to play trivia quiz games, as they are fun games that also have a lot of value. When playing trivia, you are having fun while you learn, expanding your general knowledge, and actually becoming smarter.

Arab Cuisine Fun Facts

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Arab Cuisine
Georgia, despite sharing similarities in food culture, is not part of the Arabic world, and thus its food is not classified as such.
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Arab Cuisine
Sometimes also referred to as 'Syrian oregano', this spice has founds its way into culture through Egypt, where it was commonly used in the embalming process.
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Arab Cuisine
Hummus first found itself mentioned in a 13th Century Egyptian cookbook.
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Arab Cuisine
Fried Kibbeh, popular on the streets of Aleppo, have a long place in Syrian culture.
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Arab Cuisine
Consisting of dough topped with a mixture of parsley, cheese and ground meat, this dish is sometimes referred to as 'Arabic Pizza'.
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Arab Cuisine
Traditionally made from fava beans, Falafel is now most commonly made with a blend of chickpeas and spices.
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Arab Cuisine
Coming from the levantine region, this famous salad is made with a mix of toasted Pitta and greens.
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Arab Cuisine
Sumac can originate from any one of over 30 types of plant that produce similar tasting flowers.
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Arab Cuisine
Originating in North Africa, this superfood has found its way into almost every cultural cuisine in the world.
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Arab Cuisine
Native to the Maghreb region, Harissa has found its way into the cuisine of many North African countries, especially in Tunisia and Morocco, where it is used to spice fish dishes.