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Ful medames

This dish, consisting of slow-cooked beans, could be described as one of the national dishes of Egypt. The beans are eaten dressed with linseed oil, or butter, and sprinkled with lemon or lime juice - then served for breakfast, or to break the fast of Ramadan.

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