Jordanians are meat lovers, vegetarianism is not easily understood in Jordan. But vegetarians will find food easily as the local food uses vegetables, pulses and beans extensively. The Mezze dishes are largely¾vegetarian and can be made into a meal. Falafel made with chickpeas is easily available. Salads are also a popular part of the meal and a large variety, along with cheese are available. Dips like Humus, Baba Ghanoush, and Muttabal can be eaten with flat breads.¾Galayat Bhandura is a tomato based dish, Makdous is an aubergine dish, and pickles are easily available. Labneh is a form of thick hung curd and is part of all meals. Eggs are used in some of the breads and it is advisable to ask at the restaurants about the ingredients before ordering.¾Jain food is difficult to find though, if bookings are done through tour operators, they can provide Jain meals.