Dried fruits broth is one of the most delicious local dishes of Hamadan province in western Iran, which is usually served in the cold seasons of autumn and winter.
Baharestan village in the Iranian northeastern city of Sabzevar is one of the main centres of grape syrup production. Over 30 tonnes of grape syrup are annually produced in the village in Khorasan Razavi province and exported abroad.
If you are given a basket and asked to fill it with at least ten types of nutritious fruits and vegetables, which ones would you choose? Do you know what to choose for your daily diet in order to avoid digestive diseases?
Probiotic products are living microbial compounds that are directly added to the diet of livestock and poultry and have a very favourable effect on their performance and health. That will finally result in an improved diet for human beings who consume meat and dairy products.
Any type of food, except water, contains calories that produce energy in our body. The amount of calories one needs per day varies from person to person; our daily calorie intake depends on a variety of factors including weight, height, gender, age, and daily activity.
Probiotic foods are very beneficial to health if added to our daily diet as they boost the performance of the digestive system.
Jujube is a fruit with numerous therapeutic properties which can be used in different forms, particularly as tea mixed with other ingredients.
Anarbij or Anar Avij is a stew from northern Iran, particularly the Gilan province. The dish is made up of a delicious combination of fragrant herbs, meat, walnuts and pomegranate.
At the end of the harvest season, palm farmers in Iran’s southern province of Hormozgan cook the surplus of the dates and use them to make “Doushab” or date syrup.
The quince and walnut broth is a local Iranian food cooked in central Markazi province and highly recommended for autumn.