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A month of food? Or a month of
With the onset of Ramadan many of us notice a
major change in our kitchens. If you're a woman
then you know the time you spend in the kitchen
during Ramadan increases by at least half a day,
compared to the other months of the year. Yes,
we can all attest to the grotesque amount of
food that appears on Ramadan. It seems with
the welcoming of the long lost guest, we also
welcome its counter company, which we are sup-
posed to bid goodbye.
Far from that. Rather the stacks of samosas, rolls,
meat dishes, rice, bajias, and deserts: ranging
from smoothies, cakes, biscuits, puddings, and