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Ramadan Recipes: Feasting After Fasting

The month of Ramadan marks a time of spiritual reflection and worship. Participating Muslims refrain from eating and drinking during daylight hours, but when the sun sets, the fast turns into a feast, the Iftar. During Iftar, people gather to break their fast together, traditionally starting with a date (the dried fruit). In addition to the date, a range of wonderful dishes are served. Here's a list of some of the favorites of Global Voices bloggers.

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