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Old 30th April 2011, 14:35   #1 (permalink)
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Are Raspberries available in Turkey?

I have never seen them in shops or markets. Are they not grown in Turkey?
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Re: Are Raspberries available in Turkey?

You can buy them from MIGROS. the wife just got me some to make cheese cake. the Turkish name is FRAMBUAZ 450 gr 9.30 Tl
they also do cherry and bramble. they are frozen.

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Re: Are Raspberries available in Turkey?

I thought raspberries were ahududu. I have never seen them fresh where we are in Turkey, but I think I have seen them frozen in metro.
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Re: Are Raspberries available in Turkey?

I think they are called Uhuhudu
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You can buy them from MIGROS. the wife just got me some to make cheese cake. the Turkish name is FRAMBUAZ 450 gr 9.30 Tl
they also do cherry and bramble. they are frozen.
thats what is says on the box we bought lol xx but yes you are right
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Re: Are Raspberries available in Turkey?

They do appear fresh sometimes but for a limited period. Mulberries are appearing now and they are very nice.
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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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Re: Are Raspberries available in Turkey?

[QUOTE=shirleyanntr;565451]anybody tried to make fig jam.......

Here's an easy one.

2 kilo figs,trimmed and chopped into small pieces
1 kilo granulated sugar
1 stick cinnamon
juice and zest of 2 medium sized lemons.


Place everything in a large jam-pan and leave overnight so the natural fig-juice comes out.
Stir well, then bring to the boil
Turn heat down real low, simmer for about 50-55 minutes until setting point is reached.
Remove cinnamon stick, one last stir then pot as normal in sterilised jars.

My mum used to replace a third of the fruit with orange, fig and orange marmalade was really good on wholemeal toast.
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Re: Are Raspberries available in Turkey?

They are known as Frambuaz and Ahududu some times found in the markets,always available frozen or you could grow your own.
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Re: Are Raspberries available in Turkey?

Frambuaz probably from the french word for raspberries - framboise
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