For their diet system, Sahrawis counts above all on meat and milk. However, this ancient tradition did not impede the emergence of some special meals such as: couscous, laaseedah (thick paste made of flour and butter) called Al- Aish (livelihood food) and imported dates.
When milk is abundant, Sahrawis prefer it more than any other meal.
Among the well-known tools which decorate Nwallah ( Sahrawi kitchen), we can mention Tazwah, a recipient which can preserve many litres of milk.
Kitchen tools used by Sahrawis are called Al-Marjen in addition to other tools for preparing tea called Ama`een Atay..
Sahrawis prepare some meals for special feasts and specific seasons.