Late in the recipe it says to add preserved lemons; does it mean the pulp too.
Most recipes that use preserved lemon remove the pulp, just use the peel. I like to include the pulp too, just removing the seeds. I think it intensifies the flavor -- but you'll have to just use your judgement to decide if it would work in this recipe.
Preserved lemons are Most often used in entirety
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