I Try Turkish Cheese Ripened in Goat Skin...

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  • Published on Jan 20, 2018
  • Food Haul ! Tasting 17 different Turkish Foods BEYOND Döner Kebab : Simit Bread, Beef Pastirma, Turşu Pickles, Raki, Şalgam Suyu, Obruk Cheese, Chechil Cheese, Tulum cheese, Antep Pistachio, Sweet Lokum, Pomegranate Nar Ekşisi...
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  • Salonee Chadha
    Salonee Chadha 6 days ago +1

    The Red Carrot fermented juice is made in India at home and called Kanji. Its made with mustard seeds and its delicious!

  • Blackn White
    Blackn White 8 days ago

    I like your accent. Thanks for sharing your opinions about our cusine honestly. Loves from turkey💕

  • Robot Sofya
    Robot Sofya 15 days ago

    Adam bşzim kültürümüzü bizden daha iyi pazarlamış

  • Wladyslaw Aaron
    Wladyslaw Aaron 16 days ago

    You should try Polish food, we also have few things to brag about

  • Kay B83
    Kay B83 17 days ago

    Cute! traveling to Turkey is on my Bucket list, I dig this so much! And did he say Anise-y liquor...? *drool anise

  • ButacuP PucatuB
    ButacuP PucatuB 25 days ago

    I greatly appreciate that you showed a wide variety of Turkish ingredients and dishes. Food can easily open one’s heart and eyes to the possibilities. I know what you meant when you said people think the French only eat snails. **sigh** Where I come from people think I surf or hula, and just bask in the sun all day long. Certainly every people and culture have a very wide variety to boast. There is depth, and passion, along with the traditional and new. Your channel is important, because it helps to awaken and enliven the senses to many more things to love and enjoy. Lots of love to you Alex, thank you for doing this for us all.

  • Haley Daye
    Haley Daye 27 days ago

    Oh wow, I need to visit Turkey now!!! Those pickles... and bread...

  • Dotacı
    Dotacı 29 days ago

    Where is Hazelnut? Best Hazelnuts is in Turkey. Speacly in Giresun in Blacksea. U can see on your map. :D

  • Bessie Hillum
    Bessie Hillum Month ago

    Excellent insight, thank you very much for sharing.

  • Annie
    Annie Month ago

    This is probably my favourite episode...with cheeses, wines, bagels...and pickles...ahh pickles....the world needs more pickles.

  • Mert Cenk Kılıç
    Mert Cenk Kılıç Month ago

    "Tuğsu" :D I can't even imagine what is going to happen if a french tries to speak russian :D

  • hayyan Alhaddad
    hayyan Alhaddad Month ago

    Pasturma is an Armenian food man it is NOT Turkish.

    • Ce Sari
      Ce Sari 29 days ago

      The name itself comes from the turkish verb pastırmak. As it is the same for döner and çevirme, meaning rotating. So now you know where shwarma comes from!

  • Prestige Clash
    Prestige Clash 2 months ago

    Pickled peas are where its at.

  • uAozzie
    uAozzie 2 months ago +1

    When are you coming back to Turkey bro? Your videos are amazing.

  • Joao Antao
    Joao Antao 2 months ago

    Hey Alex.
    I have been watching your videos for a month now and I really think you should try Portuguese food!

  • TheHovMaster
    TheHovMaster 3 months ago

    yikes

  • Mori Darkmoss
    Mori Darkmoss 3 months ago

    If anyone's ever in NY checkout a place called Simit + Smith. Used to have breakfasts there cause it's quiet, tiny, never crowded. Their hours are peculiar, check before you go. But they have great Simit ..so if this video triggered your cravings..stop by there!

  • Porky-
    Porky- 3 months ago +1

    A pickle can't be fresh

  • monolithicshore
    monolithicshore 3 months ago

    Wow. You really are an explorer Alex. You know where to look. You found pretty good food from my country. Mission accomplished! ^_^ Well done!

  • S Minolta
    S Minolta 4 months ago

    Great video ! There is so much to see in and taste in Turkey. I hope you will go back there and show us more about Turkish cuisine. By the way the S with the cedilla is (Sh) in Turkish. Like the word "Shrimp" for exemple.

  • Akram Mohamed
    Akram Mohamed 4 months ago

    Fun Fact: Pastirma is often made out of camel meat in the middle east.

  • Moe-Abdullah
    Moe-Abdullah 4 months ago

    Amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazing , salute

  • Toulalan PAOK
    Toulalan PAOK 4 months ago

    Γαμιεται η Τουρκια

  • TomatheGreek
    TomatheGreek 4 months ago

    Need to add meat to that Dolma.

  • Bones
    Bones 4 months ago

    More. More. I want more.

  • CanSpqr
    CanSpqr 5 months ago

    There is only one "o" in lokum, and btw "ş" sounds like "sh" :)

  • Turkishhiyar
    Turkishhiyar 5 months ago

    BODRUMADA BEKLERİZ BABAM

  • Dracula Tod
    Dracula Tod 5 months ago

    Local French man tries turkey cheese!?!??! Ft. The GOAT

  • Akiko And Tuana
    Akiko And Tuana 5 months ago

    as bayrakları as as🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷

  • Ouchie
    Ouchie 5 months ago

    ^ 1:04 DIY ouchie?
    |

  • Habib Ikram
    Habib Ikram 5 months ago

    First foreign youtuber that gets his stuff right.

  • Golam Mahdi
    Golam Mahdi 5 months ago

    He is so cute and adorable..... Alex I will come to France for you....

  • bqaei jo
    bqaei jo 5 months ago

    Every thing he said is wrong

  • Marryc
    Marryc 5 months ago

    Why do they pickle everything? Are they addicted?

  • Moustafa trase
    Moustafa trase 5 months ago

    It will be nicr to make video about pasterma

  • Kagayaku Tsuki
    Kagayaku Tsuki 6 months ago

    Would you try white tea in Turkey?

  • Bielanski
    Bielanski 6 months ago

    Alex, you have the sticky Turkish delight with the tea!! Hot tea keeps it from becoming cement!

  • Luko Luko
    Luko Luko 6 months ago

    Love your videos. Well done

  • Deep Diver
    Deep Diver 7 months ago

    Raki is Greek

  • azli 12345
    azli 12345 7 months ago

    Turkish food✔👏

  • Kevin Kragenbrink
    Kevin Kragenbrink 7 months ago

    Of course you frenchmen eat more than snails! You're also quite fond of little birds. Alouette je te alouette. Alouette je te plumerai.

  • Is that shaikha ?
    Is that shaikha ? 7 months ago

    NOOOOO YOURE SUPPOSED TO COOK THE RICE AND VINE LEAVES DONT EAT IT INSTANTLY AFTER ROLLING ITTTTT

  • Efe Kaan Ulu
    Efe Kaan Ulu 7 months ago

    This is the best video on youtube which is introducing foods belong to Turkish cuisine. Congrats and thank you. Turkish cuisine is not just about döner and kebap.

  • Elsa&lisa
    Elsa&lisa 8 months ago

    Still just a tease. Thanks. :)

  • adam burdt
    adam burdt 8 months ago

    Hands down the best cooking show out there. You make everything so easy. I never thought I could make a soufleè. By watching chef shows you'd think it was really hard some people on masterchef even screw it up. I followed your method and nailed it my first try. TY for making me look like a pro to the ladies.

  • Resul Avşar
    Resul Avşar 8 months ago

    Made the right choice with the pistachio Lokum, my favorite too.

  • abdullh ahmed
    abdullh ahmed 8 months ago

    Iraqi kabab is the best
    But in Turkey there is a restaurant in Istanbul quite famous with kabab
    [ NOT DONER ]

  • meggi mayds
    meggi mayds 8 months ago

    Baklava ?

  • Αbot Rustbolt
    Αbot Rustbolt 8 months ago

    All these foods are not Turkish. You can find them in all Balkan countries.

  • Pat Smartkins
    Pat Smartkins 8 months ago

    Bagels should be called American Simit? That's like saying croissants should be called French Kipferl (Oh wait, croissants ARE French Kipferl). BTW the bagel is thought to be a Polish invention. Jewish Poles brought it to America.

  • Hassan Ali Hassan
    Hassan Ali Hassan 9 months ago

    There is a striking similarity between many of these items and what you can find in Egypt. Thanks for the information.

  • totalsoda
    totalsoda 9 months ago

    omg i think i found my soul mate....

  • laidö strike
    laidö strike 9 months ago

    You brought back to memory amazing food and places from my trips to Istanbul. It was a great place!

  • Paula Green
    Paula Green 9 months ago

    Nice Video! 👌

  • becca moses
    becca moses 9 months ago

    Stuffed grape leaves are my shit thooooo

  • KooMoo
    KooMoo 9 months ago

    What happened to the old thumbnail? Why was it changed?

  • MrDad47
    MrDad47 9 months ago

    Hey Alex- We hear chefs speaking of taste, texture, smell, presentation, preparation, bite, mouth feel... But, not "The Process" I love eating pistachios too but a big part of that is opening them up. Most are simple enough but I also have a method for those, not quite ready to open pistachios. I also enjoy taking apart a roasted chicken. My mother could talk your ear off about extracting the goodies from a lobster. How about an episode about foods that you enjoy the process of eating?

  • Henri Yueksel
    Henri Yueksel 10 months ago

    Turkish / Ottoman cuisine is one of the best on this planet.

  • Flänklün
    Flänklün 10 months ago

    the ''döner'' is not turkish

  • MBHarsh
    MBHarsh 10 months ago

    I am here watching a video of a Frenchman, eat Turkish Pistachios, while I sit here in India. What a time to be alive.

  • Gürkan Yeniçeri
    Gürkan Yeniçeri 10 months ago

    I love you man

  • VG_bayar18
    VG_bayar18 10 months ago

    And where is Backlava :/

  • TheGreen Jarret
    TheGreen Jarret 10 months ago

    Fermented foods = LIFE
    PS. 6/6 quality content.

  • coroso136
    coroso136 10 months ago

    Thank you for not including oriental/arabic music.!

  • Don Dan
    Don Dan 10 months ago

    Ok Alex you owe your Turkish and Romanian audience a video where you make a proper sarma cause the one you showed was sub-par

  • BennyMcBabe
    BennyMcBabe 10 months ago

    No kokorec!?

  • Stephanie Brady
    Stephanie Brady 10 months ago

    Alex! Please tell us about Turkish Ramadan Bread! I saw it in Murder On The Orient Express with Kenneth Brenaugh. It looked beautiful!!! How does it taste? How is it made? Please? PLEASE?!?!

  • Gulliolm
    Gulliolm 10 months ago

    I thougt Sarma (wine leaves with rice) was french o.O I didnt know the name until now

  • Gamze Demir
    Gamze Demir 10 months ago

    Hey, I am SO JEALOUS as a Turkish girl living in France ;) You should have tried "Peynir Helvasi" which is a delicious dessert served with ice cream

  • Henjo29
    Henjo29 10 months ago

    The sarma reminds me a the Japanese "Kashiwa Mochi."

  • Henjo29
    Henjo29 10 months ago

    Excellent point about pickle texture!

  • much wow
    much wow 10 months ago

    Gros ta chaîne elle tue

  • Lazarus
    Lazarus 10 months ago

    Looking at the Turkish Sarma... Balkans really perfect that didn't they.

  • Luc Sasseville
    Luc Sasseville 10 months ago

    You did Turkey some true justice with this! Turkish cuisine is some of the best food in the world, and I really wish I could go back soon. Much love from 🇺🇸 ❤️❤️

  • sans-titre-04_jpg
    sans-titre-04_jpg 10 months ago

    Je suis d'origine franco-turque et dans le lot tu m'as fait découvrir des spécialités que je ne connaissais même pas :D Contenu de qualité comme d'habitude, merci. Et j'en reviens pas que tu aies pris la peine de mettre des sous-titres turcs ahah (en plus ça me fait réviser mon vocabulaire)

  • sandro silagadze
    sandro silagadze 10 months ago

    I was georgia in this video. THATS MY COUNTRY! :D :D

  • Thanasis Thomas
    Thanasis Thomas 10 months ago

    original pasturma is made out of camel

  • Haitham Mogherbi
    Haitham Mogherbi 10 months ago

    you are amazing Alex

  • Zainul 135
    Zainul 135 10 months ago

    You did not taste Turkish kunafeh!

  • SteelZenith
    SteelZenith 10 months ago

    Haha, why you're addicted to pistachios: they're nearly 50% fat - mostly un-saturated though :) Watching this made me miss the turkish markets in Munich where I grew up, so many tasty foods!

  • The Ser
    The Ser 10 months ago

    Anything erdogan-related deserves to be purged.

  • Alpha
    Alpha 10 months ago

    Warte Warte Warte er kann Schinken aus der Türkei nach Frankreich bringen ? also in die Eu also in der praxis kann er damit nach deutschland absolut problemlos XD aber wtf es ist verboten none-EU
    fleisch nach deutschland einzuführen gillt das nicht für die ganze eu

  • XcaptainXobliviousX
    XcaptainXobliviousX 10 months ago

    mastic is the bomb diggity

  • x Deep
    x Deep 10 months ago

    Alex Ca se prononce tourchou

  • Cliff P
    Cliff P 10 months ago

    Stone cave flavor? What would that be like truffle?

  • emre özkan
    emre özkan 10 months ago

    you should try çiğ köfte from Turkey too. It's spicy.

  • Rachel De Guzman
    Rachel De Guzman 10 months ago

    You are a genius.

  • Nikola Gerginekov
    Nikola Gerginekov 10 months ago

    Seeing that sarma makes me cringe

  • Moh Mohi
    Moh Mohi 11 months ago

    Come to Iran Alexxxxx, You'll get the best of everything, Pistachio included!

  • VegMaven 1954
    VegMaven 1954 11 months ago

    IS ALEX WEARING A WHITE RING OR A BANDAID ON HIS FINGER????

  • ANNA chan
    ANNA chan 11 months ago

    You should try making Fesenjoon with that Nar Eksis of yours Alex.

  • seth_ freak
    seth_ freak 11 months ago

    For the love of god please stop half of all those are stolen from greece

  • furkan uguz
    furkan uguz 11 months ago

    niceee

  • PumSaran
    PumSaran 11 months ago

    Adana kebap adana

  • PumSaran
    PumSaran 11 months ago

    Simit öle yenmez koçumm

  • PumSaran
    PumSaran 11 months ago

    Ohohowww 😂 Im from live turkey KadıKöy ? üsküdar ?

  • Giray Tezel
    Giray Tezel 11 months ago

    Always wellcome

  • Firat Uyanik
    Firat Uyanik 11 months ago

    Simit değil o gevrek

  • stapuft
    stapuft 11 months ago

    I do not get putting milk in tea, why would you want to ruin tea with milk?

  • siamak b
    siamak b 11 months ago

    if you liked the Turkish dish you must come to Iran, they took lots food idea from iran :D :D :D I could host you..