This enormous jug shaped pot is used for making foul, a mix of a variety of mashed up beans that is popular for breakfast (or any time, actually) in Saudi Arabia.
The foul is eaten with a flat bread called tameez. Tameez can vary according to the regions of origin. Bite-size pieces of tameez are torn off the loaf and dipped into the foul.
Tameez is baked in a special round oven shaped like a beehive. The bread sticks to the inside wall of the oven.
A loaf of tameez usually costs one riyal (about 25 cents US) and a tub of the foul to go with it costs about 3 riyals (about 75 cents US).
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