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Malatya Pazari Peanut (300gr)

Does Turkish food have peanuts? In general, simple restaurants making the common, traditional Turkish dishes may use fewer or no nuts. Innovative, more expensive restaurants may use more. Peanuts (yer fıstığı, YEHR fuhs-tuh-uh) are not actually nuts, they're legumes, pulses.
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