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Labneh is a soft cheese, similar in texture to cream cheese, made from strained yogurt and very popular in Middle Eastern cuisine. You may see it spelled lebneh, lebnah, labaneh, labane, labne, or labni. At about half the fat and calories of standard cream cheese, it's a healthier alternative. Though traditionally made from cow's milk yogurt, it is possible to turn some nondairy yogurts such as coconut and soy into labneh.
Apricot contains vitamins E, B3, calcium, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus, which strengthens the immune system and helps in blood formation. According to the Turkish Food Codex, Tamek Apricot Nectar does not contain preservatives and artificial coloring materials; it is completely protected by natural means and packed in sterile conditions and takes place in your meals. Enjoy the real taste of apricot with Tamek Apricot Nectar!
No Shell Antep Pistachio is the best quality and tastiest type of Pistachio. Gray kernel pistachios, which is collected in an immature state one month before the harvest time, has a different and greener color than the known pistachio kernel color. Due to its intense taste and aromatic flavor, it is generally used in baklava making.