Tur?u refers to a Turkish pickle made with brine, often with the addition of garlic. It is usually enjoyed as an appetizer. It is made with a large variety of vegetables, from cucumber to courgette. In the towns on the Aegean coast, the water of Tur?u is consumed as a drink.

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