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Old 8th March 2015, 10:26   #1 (permalink)
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Can you buy Swedes in Turkey.

If you can, what time of year? I do miss swede to be honest and I can't think if I have seen it on the markets here.
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Old 8th March 2015, 10:35   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Can you buy Swedes in Turkey.

Salgan (sh) and now.
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Re: Can you buy Swedes in Turkey.

The red turps are normally called a radish but I find them the same as a turnip, not a swede but acceptable in soups and stews.

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Re: Can you buy Swedes in Turkey.

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Salgan (sh) and now.
Is that the same Salgan that's drunk with raki?
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Re: Can you buy Swedes in Turkey.

I have bought the white raddish to use as swede, acceptable mixed with carrots.




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Re: Can you buy Swedes in Turkey.

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Is that the same Salgan that's drunk with raki?
It could be, I don't know. I prefer mine with a little water.
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Re: Can you buy Swedes in Turkey.

I researched and found this.
Şalgam is a popular drink from southern Turkey's cities of Adana and Mersin. Although the Turkish word şalgam literally means "turnip", şalgam is actually made with the juice of red carrot pickles, salted, spiced, and flavoured with aromatic turnip (šelem) fermented in barrels with the addition of ground bulgur. It is traditionally served cold in large glasses with long slices of pickled carrots, called tane. Hot paprika relish is added just before drinking.Hot or regular, it is a popular drink with Adana kebab.

Şalgam is often served with rakı—not mixed, but rather in a separate glass. While şalgam is commonly recommended as a cure for hangovers, consuming excess amounts may cause bloating
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If you can, what time of year? I do miss swede to be honest and I can't think if I have seen it on the markets here.
Now do you mean swede or turnip ?
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Re: Can you buy Swedes in Turkey.

very true ..different parts of the uk call it the opposite of what others do I call the one with the yellow flesh a TURNIP..were in other parts they would call it a SWEDE...
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Re: Can you buy Swedes in Turkey.

Around here , swedes have tinted flesh , turnips are white fleshed.

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