I think I can rewrite this book as “Turkish women don’t get fat”. Guiliano makes a good job of marketing, but as an average Turkish lady, I think my eating habits are pretty similat to hers. As coming from western Turkey, we like to eat really light food by just adding some olive oil and lemon to our vegetables.. We have like the same recipes, but French has the fancier names :) Most importanty yoghurt, which Guiliano always talks about, has a very huge place in Turkish kitchen. We always have it in our fridges…
That can be a pretty impressing book maybe for Americans, but it didn’t brighten up my world. However, I still like it to be frankly and got some more recipes like the boiled pears with cinnamon.. delicious!!

I think I can rewrite this book as “Turkish women don’t get fat”. Guiliano makes a good job of marketing, but as an average Turkish lady, I think my eating habits are pretty similat to hers. As coming from western Turkey, we like to eat really light food by just adding some olive oil and lemon to our vegetables.. We have like the same recipes, but French has the fancier names :) Most importanty yoghurt, which Guiliano always talks about, has a very huge place in Turkish kitchen. We always have it in our fridges…

That can be a pretty impressing book maybe for Americans, but it didn’t brighten up my world. However, I still like it to be frankly and got some more recipes like the boiled pears with cinnamon.. delicious!!