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A traditional paste, made from the crushed kernels of the Argan tree, by the Berbers of South-West Morocco. The kernels are first extracted from their hard shell and crushed to make "Argan oil"; the residue after oil extraction is a thick a thick chocolate-coloured paste, which when mixed with sugar, is called "amlou" and served as a dip for bread at breakfast. It has a flavour similar to peanut butter.

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