Renowned for its nutritional virtues, the Mediterranean diet is based on high consumption of fresh and dried fruits and vegetables accompanied with aromatic plants and condiments, bread and cereals, olives, dairy products, but especially olive oil.
Being the main source of fat in the Mediterranean diet, olive oil is distinguished from other vegetable oils for its high content of oleic acid, as well as for being rich in polyphenols, which gives it its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
As a Mediterranean cuisine, Moroccan gastronomy is an integral part of the Mediterranean culinary heritage, where ethnic varieties & regional specialties are the essences of the cooking.

Salmon with Warm Tomato-Olive Salad ||RECIPE COURTESY OF FOOD NETWORK KITCHEN|/| ||From: Food Network Magazine|/|
Oven-roasted curry cauliflower ||Source :|/|
Mediterranean Shrimp Linguine ||Source : coup de pouce|/|
Oil and garlic spaghetti ||Source :|/| ||By Bonnie Stern|/|
Grilled steak with an express marinade ||Source :|/|
Easy baked fish with garlic and basil ||Source :|/|