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Abgoosht is one of the most traditional Iranian foods.
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10 Foods to Try While Traveling in Iran

Welcome to Iran, the country of historical monuments from ancient to contemporary era, beautiful villages, and a wide range of especial food, cradle of art, culture and archeology.
Nigel Slater in Iran: Iran’s Food Culture
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Nigel Slater in Iran: Iran's Food Culture

Nigel Slater, English journalist, documented his awe-inspiring journey through Iran to discover Persian food, one of the oldest and most influential cuisines in the world.
Ghormeh sabzi
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Best “Chelo khoresh” Dishes You Must Try In Iran

One of the most popular types of foods in Iran is called “Khoresh” or “Khoresht”, which is literally translated to English as stew dishes and eaten with chelo and called chelo khoresht.
Meatless in Iran – A guide for vegetarians traveling to Iran
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Meatless in Iran – A Guide for Vegetarians Traveling to Iran

Finding vegetarian food in Iran can be difficult, here is a quick guide for vegetarians traveling to Iran to find vegetarian dishes.
Hormoz, An Island With Edible Mountains in Iran
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Hormoz - An Island With Edible Soil in Iran

The Island and Strait of Hormuz the Persian Gulf known as the world's most important oil chokepoint due to its daily oil flow of almost 17 million barrels per day.
Tahdig (Persian food)
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8 Unusual Foods You Must Try In Iran

It is true that unlike other Southeast Asian countries, Iranian people are very conservative when it comes to food. Most people will only enjoy foods that are very similar to what they’ve had before. Kabab koobideh, Joojeh kabab or Ghormeh sabzi! But it doesn’t mean that you can’t find unusual foods here. Take a look at our list of the most unusual dishes in Iran that you must try when you are there!