Morocco, From Coast to Desert

Morocco, From Coast to Desert
A young Moroccan man explained in excellent English that the women were crushing nuts from argan trees into an extract that would become oil. In fact, he said, Taroudant province supplies nearly half of Morocco's argan oil, used for cooking and skin care.
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Seafood recipes from the French chef's new nutrition-driven cookbook
The recipe calls for argan oil, a Moroccan tree oil that has many applications for health and cosmetics, as well as for food. The oil tastes nutty and smoky, with a delicate herbal edge. Several studies have found that argan oil may aid blood …
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Morocco: online purchase of locally manufactured products now possible
The website offers more than 420,000 Moroccan products, from all regions of the kingdom, including foodstuffs such as saffron, olive oil or argan oil, readymade traditional costumes (caftans, jellabas, jabadors, selhams, and melahfat as well as …
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