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Moroccan Village Food – PRIMITIVE COOKING in Rural Morocco!! RARE Home-Cooked Amazigh Food!

Moroccan Village Food - PRIMITIVE COOKING in Rural Morocco!! RARE Home-Cooked Amazigh Food!



🇲🇦 We travelled to Morocco with “Moroccan Food Tour” – They have amazing food tours and cooking classes across Morocco (Marrakech, Rabat, Casablanca, Fes and MORE). Go check them out : https://www.moroccanfoodtour.com

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Welcome to the Dadès Gorges, a rugged and dry valley in Central Morocco. It is known for its fascinating Kasbahs, its local produce like figs, and incredible rock formations that dot the massive valley, making for an impressive hiking destination. But what is lesser known in Dadès Gorges are the Nomadic people of these mountains, what they eat and how they survive living off the land.

We are meeting up with our local friend Larsson Ezzaytouni from Dadès Valley Sightseeing (https://www.instagram.com/dadesvalleysightseeing) and his family for an unforgettable experience through the Moroccan mountain-scape, where we will be meeting with real nomadic cave-dwellers for a traditional meal.

We are starting at Larsson’s family home and farm (Le Maison La Vallée des Figues). The Ezzaytouni family typically cooks with products that they produce on their property. This includes milk, eggs, butter, and fresh fruits like oranges. We enjoyed different flatbreads, donuts, jams, and other side dishes that are quintessential to breakfast in Dadès Valley.

Next, we begin the hike through Air Ouglif village and along the side of the gorges. The hike up reveals some insane rock formations caused by erosion; most notably the “Monkey Fingers” formations. Throughout, we picked ingredients like baby figs and wild oregano that will be used for lunch. About an hour later, we arrived at a cave-dwelling of a nomadic family.

This family welcomed us with tea and told us about their lifestyle, their cuisine, and the challenges that come with living in the mountains. The mother of the family cooked a fig and alfalfa leaf couscous for lunch. These ingredients are readily available throughout the valley, and couscous is a staple for nomads in Morocco because of its ease of carrying. Simple, but filling and very tasty. We had a great time meeting the families and want to thank them for their kind hospitality and a glimpse into their lives.

To finish the day after 22,000 steps we sat down for a FIG tagine at the beautiful Le Maison la Vallée des Figues! Super delicious of course and hearty before we went straight to bed!

If you want to experience Morocco like we did, make sure to visit with Moroccan Food Tour. This is our second tour across Morocco with them, and we HIGHLY recommend their tours & service.
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Moroccan Food Tour on May 23, 2021

Great video as always, this one though has a special place in our heart, and you guys did show it very well, you have such a hight end film making skills and that translate to a wonderful storytelling. we had such a bless sharing all those pure unforgettable moments with the Nomads family up in the mountains, breath taking hikes and wonderful landscapes … Big thanks to Zitouni family and Especially Lahssen for hosting us and showing us Around.

verukasalt on December 21, 2021

The little dude checking out his image on the GoPro made my heart explode ❤️❤️❤️

Merci de OK ❤️🌹👍

Karima hollanda on December 22, 2021

🇲🇦🇳🇱👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

ilham ilham on December 22, 2021

😋👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

The Wolfe that Could on December 23, 2021

How about those rock structures?!?!?!

Hajar Jomana on December 24, 2021

جميل جدا، مزيد من التعريف بالمناطق الاخرى
بالتوفيق 👏👏👏👏

Magnifique

Flower De désert on December 24, 2021

As a Moroccan, First, when I saw how the couscous was made I was curious and surprised, this was the first time I have seen the conscious made with fresh fig and those green ingredients, but I think those people are just trying to do with what they have, may Allah help them
, thanks for the video good that you visit those desert places too and see how people struggle in such an environment .

M tangalt on December 27, 2021

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espace on December 28, 2021

Moi même berbères de l'Algerie , par contre nous sommes moderniser ,et je le regrette 😢, j'adorerais retrouver la vie d'avant , les Berbères un grand peuples courageux , nous sonmes les autochtones de toute LAfrique du nord , A l'epoque cètait un seule pays ,les amazirghs arrive toujours a surmonter les obstacles , à la base , nous sommes des nomades, un peuple courageux travalleurs , et libres .❤🙏

ياسين عدنن on December 30, 2021

من كاز البيضاء المملكة المغربية الشعب المغربي أروع واجمل

Mari Eme on January 1, 2022

Welcome 🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

ich ben samir on January 2, 2022

Morocco is the country of the Amazigh home, not Arab Home, the Amazigh, the face of generosity

Maryam beauty on January 2, 2022

Welcome in Morocco 🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦❤️❤️❤️

aksel yuba on January 2, 2022

CAN YOU PLEASE MENTION THE ILLEGAL AND INHUMANE IMPRISONMENT OF NASSER ZEFZAFI,OMAR RADI AND SOULAIMANE RAISSOUNI BY THE DICTATOR MOHAMMED 6 ?IT WOULD BE NICE TO GIVE A HUMAN SUPPORT TO THOSE WHO ARE SUFFERING IN THE MOROCCAN DUNGEONS !AND DONT DONT FORGET ABOUT THEIR FAMILIES WHO ARE SUFFERING.PLEASE USE YOUR INFLUENCE FOR THE GOOD .DONT FORGET YOUR PEOPLE WHO ARE SUFFERING EVERY DAY IN MOROCCO ,AND DROWNING IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA TO ESCAPE THE DICTATOR MOHAMMED 6.

lotfi majid on January 2, 2022

🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦👑👑👑👑👑👑👑👑👑👑👑👑👑

Imane's journal abroad on January 4, 2022

PRIMITIVE CAN YOU CORRECT IT PLEASE

Imane's journal abroad on January 4, 2022

primitive is a negative expression ….. these moroccan people have built their tradition.. food.. culture religion and then you introduce them as PRIMITIVE.

Ghaydae on January 7, 2022

So did you for real call a cuisine that have developed over thousands of years, primitive? The F!

mina😌 on January 9, 2022

i am really happy for this video it amezing i am from morroco thanks for this video

لطيفة لطيفة on January 9, 2022

مرحبا بيك في المغرب 😍🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦

laila on January 10, 2022

Thank you both. I'm so sad for that poor famillie they need à lot of things, they sleep onderthe montain.

Badria Alkindi on January 12, 2022

Come to Oman to try our food

صاحبة السعادة on January 13, 2022

بوفنوزن هو اسم كسكس اهل الأطلس والجنوب الشر ق للمغرب

Doc Abdo on January 18, 2022

Welcome

Queen eL on January 19, 2022

He's a cutie…

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