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Old 30th April 2011, 16:42   #7 (permalink)
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Re: Are Raspberries available in Turkey?

hi Ted..yes they do grow here....ive seen them in Antakya..the trouble is they are such a soft fruit that they go mushy quickly maybe thats the reason they dont have large quatities in the markets.

mulberries...dut or karadut for the black ones are similar and the jam from them it looks very much like raspberry jam
anybody tried to make fig jam.......

rasperries are called ahududu blackberries böğürtlen
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