Did you ever wonder how do we (Muslims) fast during the Holy month of Ramadan?
I'll tell you how in case you still don't know.
First of all, it is worth mentioning that Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. It is the Islamic month of fasting, in which Muslims refrain from eating and drinking from dawn until sunset.
Muslims break their fast at Maghrib (sunset) prayer time with a meal named "Iftar".
When we hear the Maghrib prayer we usually say a prayer first (Dua'a) then break our fast by drinking a glass of Laban (Yoghurt based drink) and dates.
After that, we perform Maghrib prayer then go back to eat the Iftar meal, whick contains a number of delicious dishes.
"Lugaymat" is another dish that is essential during Ramadan. It is part of the sweets or desserts. It tastes really good especially if you eat it while drinking Arabian Coffee.
After praying and eating, a cup of Arabian coffee or tea would be perfect. You just sit, relax and enjoy drinking it.
Normally, two or more "Dallah (s)" of coffee and tea are prepared before or right after Iftar.
a very good and healthy thing to do.