Ayran refers to a Turkish drink or beverage that is made from beaten yogurt, cold water, and salt.
Ayran has originated somewhere in the Ottoman empire, probably in Bulgaria, since the yoghurt was first made in Bulgaria. It spread throughout the empire, reached as far as the Middle East. It’s now popular almost everywhere in Southeast Europe and the Middle East and is the prefered drink in the summertime.

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