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Old 11th April 2017, 05:52   #1 (permalink)
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Porridge oats in Turkey?

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As the title says, oats, are they easily available and likely cost?
Have been looking at Migros online but not easy to negotiate in Turkish.

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Old 11th April 2017, 06:14   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Porridge oats

porridge oats = yulaf in Turkish. See here = https://translate.google.com.tr/tran...gr&prev=search
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Re: Porridge oats

You will find a brand called ETI Lifalif in Migros and other supermarkets for around 4.50TL a pack...or if you are so inclined you can also buy Quaker Oats for the ridiculous price of around 30TL
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Hi

As the title says, oats, are they easily available and likely cost?
Have been looking at Migros online but not easy to negotiate in Turkish.

Thanks Anita
Put a couple of spoonful's of Pure Coconut oil into your porridge for healthy living.

https://coconutoil.com/coconut-oil-research-alzheimers/
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And quickened motions.

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Re: Porridge oats

The ETI Lifalif brand is somewhat courser than normal porrage oars but a quick blitz in the food processor soon fixes this....
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Re: Porridge oats

I always enjoyed the coarser Turkish oatmeal, i used to toast it a first in the pan with a little butter, then the usual cook with milk/water.
Being accustomed to the Jock side of life, I tend to be a salt in me oatmeal type of person.
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I always enjoyed the coarser Turkish oatmeal, i used to toast it a first in the pan with a little butter, then the usual cook with milk/water.
Being accustomed to the Jock side of life, I tend to be a salt in me oatmeal type of person.
Trıed all the Oatmeal here and the wıfe won't touch ıt wıth a bargepole, her beıng from Motherwell.She says there ıs only one porridge oats.Strewth!!
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Re: Porridge oats

Thank you all, have forwarded to my husband to look for some, was going to load my case with Aldi packs!
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Re: Porridge oats

Until the tv adverts showing Yulaf Ezmesi (porridge oats ) to be a health food most people on seeing foreign adults eating it, thought strange ,why are these people eating Bebek maması (baby food) changed days in Turkey .... me I prefer to stick to a light quick made breakfast below




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