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Foods
The cuisine of the Libyan Jews is different from the local cuisine. In some dishes it borrows from Tunisian and Moroccan cooking, and it reflects Spanish origins. There are also many Italian dishes, undoubtedly influenced by the colonization.
 

Tea

Debla, one of the many popular Purim sweets

Lubya b' Selk, Beans with Spinach

Hraime,
a spicy fish

Mafrum, an appetizer or a side dish to the couscous
 
Sfenz, a typical Hanukah sweet
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