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Title: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Crouton on August 19, 2019, 01:01:56 AM
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In honor of wises return I've tried a bunch of his food.

Reviews to come.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Crouton on August 19, 2019, 01:10:35 AM
The first item:

Ondule:

A corn snack with kebab flavor.  Kebab flavor turns out to be something akin to the cheese puffs we give babies. Not good.

Torku Enjoy Kek:  Like a cake.  Only more like it Intikam baked that cake.  And I suppose there's a possibility he did bake that specific cake.  It was not bad.  It was a bit like a poorly made Suzy Q.

Ulker Krispi Tirtikli Kraker Baharatli:

They're chips packed with the flavor of Baharat.  So you know what that means.

Nothing!  Not a god damn thing!  It's like eaten sour cream flavored lays.

Keyfifce Fistilki Ceserye:

Some kind of Turkish delight coconut and data bar.  I liked it okay.  A little like putting syrup on my belt and eating it.

Lush Cocoa Creme Mosaic Cookies:

A decent and normal cookie without any monkey brains bullshit going on.

Crunch Taco and Hardal Aramli cips:

Um, pita chips as far as I can tell.  They assured me up and down that there's a flavor.  Nope.

Mevlana Sekeri:

Candy.  I think.  The packaging made me things it was dehydrated miniature orange which would have been awesome.  Not quite.  But they're not bad.

So feel bad for Wise.  He does not get the junk food we get in civilized parts of the world
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Bom Tishop on August 19, 2019, 01:53:23 AM
I am pretty sure the only thing wise eats is the soul of his enemies.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: wise on August 19, 2019, 02:01:19 AM
I don't see the suggestions in OP but I know what I eat.

scrambled eggs and tea for breakfast.

döner kebap and ayran as lunch, generally.

Iskender kebap , künefe as dessert,  Russian salad and/or caviar as garniture as dinner, generally. Drink may be various, nowadays blueberry juice.

I am pretty sure the only thing wise eats is the soul of his enemies.

Sometimes but very rare, after midnight. this must be after a really vital event. An idiot mod can not start that process. 8)
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Bullwinkle on August 19, 2019, 02:03:20 AM

döner kebap and ayran as lunch, generally.

Sounds like a party.   ;D
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: wise on August 19, 2019, 02:06:34 AM
döner kebap and ayran as lunch, generally.
Sounds like a party.   ;D
Get respect to food, you infidel.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Bom Tishop on August 19, 2019, 02:08:39 AM

Sometimes but very rare, after midnight. this must be after a really vital event. An idiot mod can not start that process. 8)

Ha ha!!!

Did the Gremlins movie make it to Turkey?

"Don't feed them after midnight" bad things happen
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Bullwinkle on August 19, 2019, 02:10:03 AM
döner kebap and ayran as lunch, generally.
Sounds like a party.   ;D
Get respect to food, you infidel.

Donner Party.   :D
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: wise on August 19, 2019, 02:20:25 AM
döner kebap and ayran as lunch, generally.
Sounds like a party.   ;D
Get respect to food, you infidel.
Donner Party.   :D
Ha, ha, ha. If it was a joke, not funny; if it was real, so funny.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: sokarul on August 19, 2019, 05:55:44 AM
döner kebap and ayran as lunch, generally.
Sounds like a party.   ;D
Get respect to food, you infidel.
Donner Party.   :D
Ha, ha, ha. If it was a joke, not funny; if it was real, so funny.

Turks talk about the donner party?
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: wise on August 19, 2019, 06:53:19 AM
döner kebap and ayran as lunch, generally.
Sounds like a party.   ;D
Get respect to food, you infidel.
Donner Party.   :D
Ha, ha, ha. If it was a joke, not funny; if it was real, so funny.

Turks talk about the donner party?
No, not really. I've pointed its statement, read what I've replied again.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Jura-Glenlivet II on August 19, 2019, 08:07:55 AM

I went to a Turkish Hairdressers the other day and they offered me a coffee, I said “yes please”, they said “would you like it Turkish or like the Costa?” When in Rome, thought I, “Turkish please” they brought a cup of coal tar filled to saturation point with sugar, I said thank you. 
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Bullwinkle on August 20, 2019, 07:45:04 PM

I went to a Turkish Hairdressers the other day and they offered me a coffee, I said “yes please”, they said “would you like it Turkish or like the Costa?” When in Rome, thought I, “Turkish please” they brought a cup of coal tar filled to saturation point with sugar, I said thank you.

Whenever I'm asked, "would you like bla bla bla?"

Answer is, "Yes please".

It's usually pretty damn good.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Sunset on August 21, 2019, 10:57:29 PM
Baklava washed down with fresh goat's milk.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Crutchwater on August 24, 2019, 07:16:30 PM
Baklava washed down with fresh goat's milk.

REALLY fresh goat's milk, if you know what I mean!
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: wise on August 24, 2019, 09:58:29 PM
Testers are suggesting.

I am sure you tasters know the things you have tested, hence you are suggesting it. But I'm satisfied only what I eat. These are quite different than you taste, eat.

I don't see the suggestions in OP but I know what I eat.

scrambled eggs and tea for breakfast.

döner kebap and ayran as lunch, generally.

Iskender kebap , künefe as dessert,  Russian salad and/or caviar as garniture as dinner, generally. Drink may be various, nowadays blueberry juice.


If you imagine to eat somethin else, keep it to your own taste. Actually, it is relevant with your dreams what you want to eat.  ::)
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on August 25, 2019, 06:21:12 AM
The food and travel videos I've watched makes the food in Turkey look delicious.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Shifter on August 25, 2019, 02:43:19 PM
Look at the average American man

Now look at the average Turkish man


Give me a Turkish diet over the SAD diet any time, any day

Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Denspressure on August 25, 2019, 02:49:07 PM
Every now and then you do make a witty comeback.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: wise on August 26, 2019, 12:42:24 AM
Look at the average American man
Now look at the average Turkish man
Give me a Turkish diet over the SAD diet any time, any day

We draw the Americans as a bad example to the our youth in turkey; how they do not have to feed.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: rabinoz on August 26, 2019, 01:09:09 AM
Look at the average American man
Now look at the average Turkish man
Give me a Turkish diet over the SAD diet any time, any day

We draw the Americans as a bad example to the our youth in turkey; how they do not have to feed.
It looks like we agree that the food in Turkey, Greece and Lebanon is far more healthy than the typical American or Australian food.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: wise on August 26, 2019, 01:13:17 AM
Look at the average American man
Now look at the average Turkish man
Give me a Turkish diet over the SAD diet any time, any day

We draw the Americans as a bad example to the our youth in turkey; how they do not have to feed.
It looks like we agree that the food in Turkey, Greece and Lebanon is far more healthy than the typical American or Australian food.
Aussies, Aborgines and Tasmanians are in same category. Americans are different. Turks and Greeks are similar but different, Lebanons are quite different than other two other than religion similarity with Turks.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Bullwinkle on August 26, 2019, 01:21:23 AM
Baklava washed down with fresh goat's milk.

REALLY fresh goat's milk, if you know what I mean!

My grand parents had goats and other beasts.
Fresh goat milk, still warm from the udder, is delicious.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: rabinoz on August 26, 2019, 01:26:43 AM
Look at the average American man
Now look at the average Turkish man
Give me a Turkish diet over the SAD diet any time, any day

We draw the Americans as a bad example to the our youth in turkey; how they do not have to feed.
It looks like we agree that the food in Turkey, Greece and Lebanon is far more healthy than the typical American or Australian food.
Aussies, Aborgines and Tasmanians are in same category. Americans are different. Turks and Greeks are similar but different, Lebanons are quite different than other two other than religion similarity with Turks.
"Aborgines and Tasmanians" are all Australian. Tasmania might be a separate island but it is just as much "Australia" as any any other state.

I'm afraid the typical Australian diet is not much better than the American diet - there are far too many "big" (big around the middle ::)) people here too.

I did think that many Lebanese foods are similar to those of Turkey or Greece but you live there so would know better..
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: rabinoz on August 26, 2019, 01:27:16 AM
Baklava washed down with fresh goat's milk.
Sounds good and I guess you like Feta cheese? It's similar to Turkish "beyaz peynir" and commonly made from sheep or goat's milk.

It sounds as though we'd all be better off with "the things Wise has to eat". Maybe we'd all be more healthy.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: wise on August 26, 2019, 02:18:40 AM
Look at the average American man
Now look at the average Turkish man
Give me a Turkish diet over the SAD diet any time, any day

We draw the Americans as a bad example to the our youth in turkey; how they do not have to feed.
It looks like we agree that the food in Turkey, Greece and Lebanon is far more healthy than the typical American or Australian food.
Aussies, Aborgines and Tasmanians are in same category. Americans are different. Turks and Greeks are similar but different, Lebanons are quite different than other two other than religion similarity with Turks.
"Aborgines and Tasmanians" are all Australian. Tasmania might be a separate island but it is just as much "Australia" as any any other state.

I'm afraid the typical Australian diet is not much better than the American diet - there are far too many "big" (big around the middle ::)) people here too.

I did think that many Lebanese foods are similar to those of Turkey or Greece but you live there so would know better..

I've no idea what Lebanese eat but know what Greece eats estimated. They eat similar things. But Lebanese kitchen seems like other Arab countries in my guess. there are thousands of years of established culinary culture in this region. Hence, foods are healthier. Australia and America do not have a built-in culinary culture because there are newer places. The kitchens known in America are those that belong abroad. such as Chinese cuisine, Turkish cuisine, Italian Cuisine, Japan cuisine, etc. countries like America and Australia, which do not have their own built-in cuisine, are more vulnerable to attacks of popular and unhealthy diets.

For example, you can tell me a Turkish food, an Italian food, a Chinese food, A Japan food, even a German food. But we don't have any idea what is an American or Austrlian foods? just like using English in your own country, you can at least have a healthy kitchen by imitating the relevant foods.

As a result of the topic; wise eats healty foods; the real problem here, what Americans have to eat.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Shifter on August 26, 2019, 05:10:50 PM
Turkish restaurants is among my favourites because the food is so delicious and healthy.

What's an 'American' restaurant anyway? McDonalds? KFC? Nothing but greasy, fatty shit that is so salty and carb dense you finish the meal just as hungry as when you started. No thanks
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Crouton on August 26, 2019, 05:29:31 PM
What's an 'American' restaurant anyway?

The answer is everything and nothing at the same time. We take your foods and elevate them to heart disease level of epicness.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: wise on August 26, 2019, 11:29:27 PM
Turkish restaurants is among my favourites because the food is so delicious and healthy.

What's an 'American' restaurant anyway? McDonalds? KFC? Nothing but greasy, fatty shit that is so salty and carb dense you finish the meal just as hungry as when you started. No thanks

Turkish restaurants is among your favourites because you haven't your own culinary culture. Americans haven't too. My point here you have to imitate one of culinary cultures and convert it to your own. Turkish cuisine, Italian, Greek, even Arabic cuisine can be. or a mixed kitchen. but you must have your own kitchen. people have discovered which foods are healthy after cooking for thousands of years. People know which food how has to be cooken and when has to be eaten. for example, yogurt can be eaten alone, but if you eat too much it will spoil your stomach. we eat yogurt with pasta or dolma. If they don't, we'il put bread in it. in this way, it causes less stomach fatigue.

Yogurt is anti-oxidant and anti-carcinogenic. it is the most common food that australians should consume. If you consume butter alone, it will make fat, excessive consumption can make vascular congestion. but less harmful in the molten state. therefore we use butter melted in the dish. if we have to eat individually, it is much more delicious and healthy on a warm bread.

Like this.

Excess salt will disrupt your stomach. however, salt is also preventive of cancer. I'm sure you Australians are against salt. but there is a risk of elevating blood pressure. I'm not saying salt is very good, it should be consumed less, due to risks.

I'm not a food expert. but I know this and countless things, because it's our food culture. this information comes culturally spontaneously. you should know and spread them.

Don't forget, yogurt is the best anti-oxydan. I know many people eats yogurt regularly and lived more than a century.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Bullwinkle on August 26, 2019, 11:36:57 PM

Yogurt is anti-oxidant and anti-carcinogenic.

. . . plus it grows hair on bald noggins.

Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Shifter on August 26, 2019, 11:42:31 PM
Turkish restaurants is among my favourites because the food is so delicious and healthy.

What's an 'American' restaurant anyway? McDonalds? KFC? Nothing but greasy, fatty shit that is so salty and carb dense you finish the meal just as hungry as when you started. No thanks

Turkish restaurants is among your favourites because you haven't your own culinary culture. Americans haven't too. My point here you have to imitate one of culinary cultures and convert it to your own. Turkish cuisine, Italian, Greek, even Arabic cuisine can be. or a mixed kitchen. but you must have your own kitchen. people have discovered which foods are healthy after cooking for thousands of years. People know which food how has to be cooken and when has to be eaten. for example, yogurt can be eaten alone, but if you eat too much it will spoil your stomach. we eat yogurt with pasta or dolma. If they don't, we'il put bread in it. in this way, it causes less stomach fatigue.

Yogurt is anti-oxidant and anti-carcinogenic. it is the most common food that australians should consume. If you consume butter alone, it will make fat, excessive consumption can make vascular congestion. but less harmful in the molten state. therefore we use butter melted in the dish. if we have to eat individually, it is much more delicious and healthy on a warm bread.

Like this.

Excess salt will disrupt your stomach. however, salt is also preventive of cancer. I'm sure you Australians are against salt. but there is a risk of elevating blood pressure. I'm not saying salt is very good, it should be consumed less, due to risks.

I'm not a food expert. but I know this and countless things, because it's our food culture. this information comes culturally spontaneously. you should know and spread them.

Don't forget, yogurt is the best anti-oxydan. I know many people eats yogurt regularly and lived more than a century.

I buy huge tubs of 'Greek' yoghurt and also very fond of kefir. I also make sure my kids get it daily. When my son sees McDonalds, he's reminded it's nothing but rubbish food lol
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: wise on August 27, 2019, 01:46:14 AM

Yogurt is anti-oxidant and anti-carcinogenic.

. . . plus it grows hair on bald noggins.

I did not heard it before.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: wise on August 27, 2019, 01:53:31 AM
Turkish restaurants is among my favourites because the food is so delicious and healthy.

What's an 'American' restaurant anyway? McDonalds? KFC? Nothing but greasy, fatty shit that is so salty and carb dense you finish the meal just as hungry as when you started. No thanks

Turkish restaurants is among your favourites because you haven't your own culinary culture. Americans haven't too. My point here you have to imitate one of culinary cultures and convert it to your own. Turkish cuisine, Italian, Greek, even Arabic cuisine can be. or a mixed kitchen. but you must have your own kitchen. people have discovered which foods are healthy after cooking for thousands of years. People know which food how has to be cooken and when has to be eaten. for example, yogurt can be eaten alone, but if you eat too much it will spoil your stomach. we eat yogurt with pasta or dolma. If they don't, we'il put bread in it. in this way, it causes less stomach fatigue.

Yogurt is anti-oxidant and anti-carcinogenic. it is the most common food that australians should consume. If you consume butter alone, it will make fat, excessive consumption can make vascular congestion. but less harmful in the molten state. therefore we use butter melted in the dish. if we have to eat individually, it is much more delicious and healthy on a warm bread.

Like this.

Excess salt will disrupt your stomach. however, salt is also preventive of cancer. I'm sure you Australians are against salt. but there is a risk of elevating blood pressure. I'm not saying salt is very good, it should be consumed less, due to risks.

I'm not a food expert. but I know this and countless things, because it's our food culture. this information comes culturally spontaneously. you should know and spread them.

Don't forget, yogurt is the best anti-oxydan. I know many people eats yogurt regularly and lived more than a century.

I buy huge tubs of 'Greek' yoghurt and also very fond of kefir. I also make sure my kids get it daily. When my son sees McDonalds, he's reminded it's nothing but rubbish food lol

Perfect. But yogurt is Turkish food, not Greek. You don't have to buy the yogurt constantly. there is little chance of finding quality yoghurt in the capitalist world. we can't find it as it's ready food. so we produce the yogurt ourselves. you can use a yeast yogurt from your last yogurt to produce milk yourself. It is healthier. even if the last yogurt you used is tempered, the new yogurt you produce from pure milk will be almost completely pure. The additive rate will be up to the amount of yogurt you used last. After a few production, you get completely pure yogurt. You can use youtube to see how yogurt get produced by yeast. The effect of yogurt is different according to different milk types. for example, top quality yogurts are known as buffalo yogurt. buffalo yogurt is more oily than cow yogurt. this also reduces your need to use oil, which reduces the risk of consuming unprocessed fat.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Crouton on August 27, 2019, 01:59:25 AM
Oh?  Then why is it called "Greek Yogurt" fool?

Check mate.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: rvlvr on August 31, 2019, 10:04:09 AM
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yogurt (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yogurt)

The word does come from Turkish.

We eat a lot of dairy here in Finland, but I still have not managed to nail down the difference between Greek and Turkish yogurt. So I just keep buying both. Some say Greek version is drained, hence thicker (you take spoonful, you see where you scooped it from).

And to make it more complicated there is Bulgarian yogurt, too. Might be my favourite. It has a more acidic taste while Greek and Turkish are heavier with more fat. Just a different bacteria used.

Oh, and Icelanders have skyr. Which is nice, but not the stuff I usually buy.
Title: Re: The things wise has to eat.
Post by: Bullwinkle on August 31, 2019, 10:36:47 AM

. . . yogurt is Turkish food, not Greek . . . you can use a yeast yogurt from your last yogurt to produce milk yourself.
 You can use youtube to see how yogurt get produced by yeast.

Bacteria produces yogurt . . . not yeast.
Yeast is used to produce Kefir.