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Food customs and traditions in Turkey

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    Food customs and traditions in Turkey

    Turks have special customs and traditions for eating. Turkish food is diverse and full of dough and even colorful desserts, but we rarely see overweight people among Turks.
    The reason for this is the customs they have in their food culture. These customs promote healthy ways of eating so that you both enjoy eating and don't feel guilty.
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    Traditional dining
    there is an etiquette ,an unwritten rule, in Turkey that there should be at least three different types of food in every meal, which in most cases includes a soup , a vegetable dish with rice or bulgur, and almost always a full salad.
    Dessert is usually a collection of fruits and fresh bread is almost always present on the table.
    Since most of the different food groups such as vegetables along with dairy products, protein, beans and starch are present in the meals of Turks, this variety helps to keep the body fit while making the food enjoyable.

    Turks eat slowly,
    except when Turks eat fast food, the duration of meals in Turkey is long.
    From Turkish breakfast to snacks, Turks spend a lot of time and attention on each meal.
    Tasting plates remain on the table for hours, and people enjoy talking to each other while enjoying their food.
    In fact, what is important is the minutes they spend together happily, chatting and having a bite to eat. Being together has made overeating happen less.

    Water, oil and yogurt
    In Turkish cooking, usually three types of food are placed next to the main dish.
    Watery dishes such as soup, dishes made with yogurt, which the Turks call Mazzeh, and finally dishes made with olive oil.
    There are usually tomatoes, eggplants and onions in foods that contain olive oil. As you know, olive oil has many benefits, and this oil is the only oil used in Turkey.

    Turks love spices.
    Dried herbs such as red pepper, sumac, thyme and mint are all spices that you can easily find on the table in any home or restaurant.
    All of these herbs are healthy ways to spice up a meal.
    In addition, many Turks love spicy food, they usually sprinkle red pepper on all their food or eat whole pepper with each meal. By eating spicy food, they increase the body's metabolism and thus help the body stay healthy.

    Turks love fruit
    Turks consume fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables almost constantly. Fruit is a big part of daily meals, especially in the summer months, which decorates watermelon plates for every meal, including breakfast. Dessert is often a fruit plate, other fruits and nuts such as fresh and dried plums and almonds are valuable summer snacks.

    Turks eat together
    It is a known fact that people eat less when eating with others. Maybe that's why Turks are mostly thin because most of them share almost every meal with other people. Turks do not like to have dinner and instead invite anyone who can join them. The more people there are, the more fun it will be and at the same time the food will be lighter. Turks, like Iranians, like to digest their food with tea, no matter what time of day it is, tea is never forgotten after a meal. Another habit of Turks is that they take a walk after eating, which greatly helps digestion and body health.
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