Videos tagged with "produce"
Tourisme en Algérie السياحة في الجزائر [02:14]
Tourisme en Algerie , tourism in Algeria , السياحة في الجزائر جمال الجزائر تونس المغرب ليبيا لبنان سوريا السعودية العراق السودان الكويت دبي سياح العرب السياحة في العالم العربي سائح
Tags: Algeria, Algérie, tourisme, voyage, Alger, capitale, Blida, Annaba, Oran, Nedjma, Djeezy, spot, Spot (producer), Morocco, Lebanon, Arabic, Egypt, Commercial, Lybian, war, tourismin, Arabic Language, Ancient Egypt, Gold, Advertisement, Casablanca, Televis
Mid Atlas Souks. [02:04]
Riad Philanthropic AKA Morocco Unexplored loves to visit all the regional souks in the middle Atlas Mountains as they are so full of colour, character, local produce and bargains. The first part of video is the Azrou Souk held on Tuesdays and the latter is the Bakrit Souk held on Mondays
Tags: Azrou, Riad, Philanthropic, Philanthropy, Meknes, Morocco, Unexplored, trek, Berber, trails, Hill, Walking, Plateau, Ifrane, Fez, Souk, Remote, Camping, Forge, Blacksmith, Amazigh, Fes, Arabic
Zellij tiles and pottery factory in Fez. [03:19]
Morocco. Fez. Fez is known for the extraordinary quality of its imperial crafts, such as fassi pottery, extraordinary leatherwork, and incredible complex zellij tile mosaics. The stunning pieces of ceramics from Fez - known as Fassi ceramics - in their traditional blue and white designs are a delight and well-sought after as decorative souvenirs. They can also be used as in the home as bowls and serving dishes. Zellij tiles. These are the tiles most commonly associated with Morocco. The wood-fired clay tiles are made from the grey clay of Fez. This is kneaded by hand before being cut to size and fired in wood-burning kilns to produce the unglazed (terracotta) tile. A glaze is then applied, prior to a second firing, to produce the coloured tiles. The glazed tiles are cut into small pieces to produce intricate mosaic patterns, suitable for floors and walls. Alternatively, the glaze can be skilfully chipped away by hand to produce the 'sculpted tile'.
Tags: lindadevolder, Canon, powershotsx30, travel, Africa, Morocco, Maroc, al-Maġrib, المغرب العربي, Fes, Fez, clay tiles, Zellij, zellige, zelij, zellidj, Pottery quarter., pottery, clay, handicraft, Making
Argan oil woman's cooperative. [01:29]
Morocco. Traveling from Tafraout to Essaouira. We visited a woman's cooperative. Before modern times, the Berbers (also known as the Amazighs) of Morocco would collect undigested Argan pits from the waste of goats which climb the trees to eat their fruit. The pits were then ground and pressed to make the nutty oil used in cooking and cosmetics. However, the oil used in cosmetic and culinary products available for sale today has most likely been harvested directly from the tree and processed with machines. All argan sold today is produced by a women's cooperative that shares the profits among the local women of the Berber tribe. The cooperative has established an ecosystem reforestation project so that the supply of argan oil will not run out and the income that is currently supporting the women will not disappear. The money is providing health care and education to the local women, and supporting the entire community as a whole. The most labour intensive part of oil-extraction is removal of the soft pulp (used as animal feed) and the cracking by hand, between two stones, of the hard nut. The seeds are then removed and gently roasted. This roasting accounts for part of the oil's distinctive, nutty flavor. The traditional technique for oil extraction is to grind the roasted seeds to paste, with a little water, in a stone rotary quern. The paste is then squeezed between hands to extract the oil. The extracted paste is still oil-rich and is used as animal feed. Oil produced ...
Tags: argan, oil, lindadevolder, Canon, powershotsx30, geotagged, travel, Africa, Morocco, Maroc, al-Maġrib, المغرب العربي, Atlas, High Atlas, Arabic