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“In Turkey, they have a drink called ayran, which is a yogurt drink, mixed with salt.”
“The last time I saw the word ayran used was on a “white nationalist” site.”
“The last time I saw the word ayran used was on a â€œwhite nationalistâ€ site.”
“Turkish mothers drink ayran, Korean mothers eat kimchi, and American mothers eat macaroni and cheese.”
“On the other hand, how can anyone love jamon serrano or ayran or kimchi or any of the hundreds of other local delicacies that make traveling such a culinary adventure?”
“One of the benefits of both ayran and kefir is that the process of fermentation sees milk's natural sugar, lactose, broken down, used as food by the bacteria.”
“They had a fountain-like drink booth set up with choices of lemonade, iced tea, and I think it was ayran.”
“Just wanted to mention though that while manti is served in a yogurt sauce, it is not called ayran.”
“One of the village women called the archaeologists over to have a drink of ayran, Turkish buttermilk.”
“I spent a day cruising the Bosporus on a friend's sailing boat, downing ayran, the signature salty yogurt drink, past Ottoman palaces and fortresses.”
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