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Zaghloul, or red dates, decorate the streets of Egypt on towering palm trees – grace and poise in nature. Harvested and pollinated by hand, the zaghloul dates – with a deep red to burgundy skin – resemble giant red grapes and taste like crisp apples – and are synonymous with Egyptian autumn. The harvest season for zaghloul dates begins at the khelal (maturity) phase, from mid-August until the end of September, and typically consumed at the end of the khelal…