Monday, December 14, 2015

yogurt existed in ancient greece in the name of oxygala

+Riley Milkovich 1. Yogurt is a Turkish word but it has existed for thousands of years known as oxygala in ancient Greece. 2. Dolma is a Turkish word but stuffed grape leaves have been recorded in the times of Alexander the Great 3. Greek coffee is indeed Turkish coffee but made different 4. Pide is a Turkish variation from the Greek word pita. Pita is of Greek origin recorded to be eaten in 1108. 5. Cacik comes from the Armenian word cacıg. Its origins come from Persia.  6. Simit is a Turkish bread but the word comes from the arabic samīd

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