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  1. 1. Ashura Ashura is celebrated on the ninth and tenth in the month of Muharram. The word ashura means “ten” and is a time of fasting, reflection and meditation. Jews of the city of Medina fasted on the tenth day in remembrance of their salvation from the Pharaoh. The Prophet Muhammad pledged he would fast for two days instead of one in this same remembrance, but he died the following year and so never fasted as he had hoped. For many Muslims there is joy in commemorating all of the wonderful events traditions say occurred on this day, including: Noah’s ark came to rest, In anecdotal history, it is claimed that when Noah's Ark came to rest on Mount Ararat, Masis sar in northeastern modern-day Turkey, Noah's family celebrated with a special dish. Since their supplies were nearly exhausted, what was left (primarily grains, dried fruits and the like) was cooked together to form a pudding, what is now call Ashure. Nutrition Facts of Ashura
  2. 2. Ashura (Noah’s Pudding) Ashura is a very nutritive and healthy dessert. Because it is made of a mixture consisting of grains, legumes, fruits and nuts. Its vitamin and mineral values is high. A bowl of ashure is about 400-450 calories. Nutrition Facts of Ashura Food Energy Protein (gr.) Fat (gr.) Saturate d Fat (gr.) Carbohy drate (gr.) Choles terol (mg.) Calciu m (mg.) Iron (mg.) A (mg.) C (mg.) Wheat 351 11,7 2,7 . 70,0 . 33 2,0 . . Wallnut 690 15,0 64,0 48,0 13,5 . 70 2,1 10 15 Dry Bean 326 22,0 1,6 . 56,0 . 105 6,1 100 2,0 Apple 60 0,2 0,6 + 13,5 0 7 0,3 . 7 Dried Fig 78 1,3 0,4 + 17,4 0 45 0,6 8 3 Dried Apricot 55 1,0 0,2 + 12,3 0 17 0,6 298 10 Mandarin 45 0,6 0,2 + 10,2 0 37 0,4 57 32

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