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Tunisian

Dining etiquette for seating. Seating for meals is at a "mida" - a very low table.

Tunisian food. Breek (fried dough stuffed with vegetables, eggs, and fish) and tabuna (Tunisian round bread).

Dining etiquette for drinking from a communal water glass. A communal water glass may be used during a meal. Pass it around after taking a drink (be careful of the water quality).


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