Healthy Turkish Breakfast – Oxymoron or not

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17 Responses

  1. Jason says:


    I am from the island of Jamaica. When it comes to food, I have to say we love it (who doesn’t) ๐Ÿ™‚

    I realize that when I eat with real good friends and families, the food actually does taste better and it is much more memorable for sure.

    I have briefly tried Turkish food while I was employed on the cruise ship. I had many Turkish friends and I can tell you that they are some of the most fun people that I have met in life.

    I love exploring new foods and culture, so I may do a bit more Turkish Breakfast cuisine especially when I connect back with Murat (my good friend from Turkey).

    I enjoyed reading your article and look forward to learning more from you.

    Take care.


    • Ana says:

      Dear Jason, So glad to read your comment. WOW, Jamaica! Hope I will have a chance to visit it and try the cuisine over there. I’m glad you had those great experiences with Turkish people. They are fun! ๐Ÿ™‚ Wish you all the best, Ana.

  2. Ivan says:

    Great text

  3. Jed says:

    Hi Ana, I would to try your turkish breakfast. You have really tempted me to try it. I dont see any bad but rather good in trying it out. Thank you for your wonderful Turkey breakfast information, Keep up the good work.

    • Ana says:

      Hey Jed, so glad you liked it, yes it is wonderful “invention”, that Turkish Breakfast ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for your comment and support. All the best.

    • Ana says:

      Heey Jed,Glad you like it and hope you will try it. You can make it one morning for your family and friends and make a suprise! ฤฐ`m here for you for any advices,feel free to write anytime. Happy Breakfasts! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Filippo says:

    Hi Ana! It was a pleasure reading your blog! It brought me back to my days at the University and breakfast we had with our Turkish colleagues. Cannot say it was the healtiest thing we did but nevertheless, it was such a nice experience exactly because there was so many food and beacause we were eating and talking for hours! I guess in Turkey they just used it as an “excuse” in order to gather beloved ones and stay for a long time together around the table ๐Ÿ™‚ keep up with good work – I enjoy reading your blogs!

  5. Brandon says:

    Wow, this is an awesome breakfast. i totally agree with you though, about how doctors will call pretty much anything unhealthy, because a lot of things are.

    However it’s not actually about what we are putting in our mouth it’s more like HOW MUCH we are putting in our mouths. For a healthy life all we need to do is exercise 3x a week and eat a well-balanced diet. That’t it, it is not rocket science.

    Thanks for the great article!


    • Ana says:

      Hey Brandon,exactly. ฤฐ totally agree that it`s not a rocket science! Keep it simple and it`ll work ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for the support.

  6. Furkan says:

    Sujuk definitely looks interesting, my friend told me all about how delicious it is:) I tried Turkish breakfast but not sujuk so far

  7. Audrey says:

    Hi Ana! Turkish breakfast sounds delicious! I have never personally gotten to try it but my parents lived in Turkey for two years and raved about the food there. Actually, the tomato/cucumber, cheese, and white bread reminded me of Croatian breakfasts – I studied abroad in Europe while in college and the food seems fairly similar (although you definitely mentioned some things I hadn’t heard of before). I’m jealous! I’ll have to find a good Turkish restaurant where I live. Thanks for the info!

    • Ana says:

      Hi Audrey,glad you liked how Turkish Breakfast sounds ๐Ÿ™‚ and now you can give yourself a pleasure of making it at home. I`m here for any questions and help. Wish you a great week!

  8. Maja says:

    Sujuk for breakfast? Oh, now that’s a breakfast for champions ๐Ÿ™‚ Looking forward for some recipes!

  9. Natalia says:

    I loooove turkish kahvaltฤฑ! And I think it can be a healty breakfast-depends what combination of foods will you take!
    Thank you for delicious photos ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Ana says:

      Dear Natalia, thanks for your feedback, glad you liked it! I agree that Turkish breakfast can be healthy, it’s just about what and how much you eat.

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