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Pulses are the edible seeds of plants in the legume family. Dried peas, chickpeas, dried beans, lentil, and cowpeas are all types of pulses, with lentils and chickpeas being the most popular in Turkey.
Turkey primarily imports lentils from Canada and exports them to the Middle East and Africa. Iraq, Sudan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia are respectively the main export markets for Turkey.
Black eyed peas is a pulse which is similar to beans. It, may consume as boiled in salads or as cooked like beans. It is proven that can help to reduce blood sugar level and high blood pressure.
White beans are small, pea-sized beans that are creamy white in color. They are mild-flavored beans that are dense and smooth.
The best quality organic speckled beans which used in Italian, Spanish, Turkish and Greece cuisine. These nutrient-rich foods provide protein for fewer calories and without all of the fat and cholesterol found in meat
Chickpea is the most common pulse produced in Turkey, making up 44 percent of total Turkish pulses production. Chickpeas can be planted in almost all of Anatolia.
The dried leaves of the laurel, known as bay leaves and they are used for culinary and medical purposes. They are dried because full flavor of bay leaf comes out after leaves are dried.
Cumin seeds use dates 5000 years ago to Egypt. Now, people are using this strong aromatic spice in cooking and medicine.
Aniseed's native soil is Eastern Mediterranean region which has been highly valued since ancient times.
Thyme as one of the popular herb of the Mediterranean Cuisine has been used to marinate and stuffing to chicken, fish and meat recipes.
Sage is a spontaneous cultivated, fragrant plant which has many-colorued flowers and whitish leaves. It generally used as brewed against stres, flu and toxics.
It is mainly consumed as a major raw material in chocolate, confectionery and baking industries and as an ingredient in edible nut mixes.Turkey is internationally renowned for its high quality hazelnuts. With respect to production and export of hazelnut, Turkey is the most important country in the world.
**Hazelnuts have been exported from Turkey to other countries for the last six centuries. In the 1950’s the hazelnut was the “leader” in Turkey’s foreign currency earnings followed by cotton, sultanas and figs.
are the most popular nuts known for their versatility and health benefits. In Turkey, almonds are grown in every region except coastal region of the Eastern Black Sea.
Especially in Aegean and Mediterranean regions, two thirds of Turkey's almond production is produced. The most important region in terms of almond cultivation is the Aegean Region, and Datça Peninsula.
Antep pistachios’ flavour and nutritional value that contributes to human health increase its demand for the food industry. Antep, in Turkey, pistachios have a good demand in international markets as a result of their distinctive taste and aroma.
Turkey is one of the main walnut producer countries in the world. Walnut is named ‘Ceviz’ or ‘Koz’ in Turkish. Walnut has an important place in Turkish culture.
The walnut tree is known as the protein tree in Turkey, with its fruit known to be an aphrodisiac and source of energy. Turkish people use the fruits, leaves, green husks and roots of walnut trees.
The peanut, also known as the groundnut. Groundnut is one of the most important products of agriculture and has become the symbol of Osmaniye/Turkey. 29% of Turkey's groundnut production is carried out in this city.