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How to Make Simit, Turkish Bread Rings by Olga Irez of Delicious Istanbul

How to Make Simit, Turkish Bread Rings by Olga Irez of Delicious Istanbul

Street Food Stall in Ankara Turkey by SpirosK photography, via Flickr...........aka "the Life Savers"! These stall sell bread/cheese products, at 3 pieces per Lira (1 Lira = 0,5 Euro).    And they are all around the city! A real life saver when hungry!!

Street Food Stall in Ankara Turkey by SpirosK photography, via Flickr...........aka "the Life Savers"! These stall sell bread/cheese products, at 3 pieces per Lira (1 Lira = 0,5 Euro). And they are all around the city! A real life saver when hungry!!

Ekmek - Turkish bread, just the best in the world. :)

Ekmek - Turkish bread, just the best in the world. :)

Turkish Simit...you will no longer see this in Turkey....laws state that the simit/gevrec must be sold in a covered area!

Turkish Simit...you will no longer see this in Turkey....laws state that the simit/gevrec must be sold in a covered area!

A vendor sells simit, a type of Turkish bread, in the streets of Istanbul.

A vendor sells simit, a type of Turkish bread, in the streets of Istanbul.

...dönüşte simit alalım, eve gidince çay da demleriz... :)

...dönüşte simit alalım, eve gidince çay da demleriz... :)

Fresh Turkish simit. A bread served by street vendors often eaten at breakfast with jam.

Fresh Turkish simit. A bread served by street vendors often eaten at breakfast with jam.

SIMIT... Turkish Bagel! and Turkish Tea!!!

Turkish Sesame Ring (Simit

SIMIT... Turkish Bagel! and Turkish Tea!!!

Simit is a fast food bread sold in the streets of Turkey by vendors. It is often eaten as a breakfast food with jam or yogurt.

Simit is a fast food bread sold in the streets of Turkey by vendors. It is often eaten as a breakfast food with jam or yogurt.

simit bread in early light, Karakoy, Gumussuyu/beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey

simit bread in early light, Karakoy, Gumussuyu/beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey

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