Ramadan is a holy month for Muslims all over the world. It is a time of deep reflection, and during the 30 days, many Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. While Muslims are not meant to eat during most of the day, there are still two meals served: the suhoor, a meal eaten before dawn and the iftar, a meal eaten after sunset. The suhoor is often heavier, since it is intended to give those fasting energy throughout the entire day.
Check out the slideshow above to learn the foods that are eaten during the holy month of Ramadan.