Chamin refers to a traditional plate of Shabat in Israel and it is based almost always on meats and vegetables, those that cook during a long time to low temperatures. Each group has its own Chamin traditions. The most common types of Chamin are: 1. Cholent - in Shabat of Eastern Europe, this stew, generally, contains pieces of meat, Popes, Onion, Barley and beans 2. Schina - Chamin of the Jews of Morocco . 3. Tebit - Chamin of chicken and rice of the Iraqian Jews.

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