Turkish people do eat turkey if they please. Turkish people have the same diets as any other people that live anywhere else in the world.
Turkish people eat turkey but very rarely. Turkey meat is not as popular as red meat or chicken.
No, as a matter of fact, Turkey doesn't even have Christmas. Turkey is a Muslim country, Christmas is not celebrated. It is a very common belief that the main meal of the Turkish is turkey, but it actually isn't
No. Thanksgiving is an exclusively US American holiday. Turkish people do not celebrate it. Additionally, Turkish people do not eat turkey as often as US Americans do.
The main language in Ankara, Turkey is Turkish.
the question should be 'Do Turkish people eat pork?'and the Answer is No it is against their religions
turkey (the bird/poultry) = HindiTurkey (the country) = TÃ¼rkiyeIn Turkish, "Turkey" is TÃ¼rkiye. And as to the bird turkey, it is called "hindi".
The official name of Turkey is the "Republic of Turkey".In Turkish it is called "Türkiye Cumhuriyeti in Turkish".
yes, Turkish bread is a traditional bread form turkey that is eaten before a traditional Turkish meal.
Turkey is 99 percent Muslim so they don't celebrate Christmas.
Turkish is an adjective to describe something as from Turkey or in the style of Turkey.Turk is a noun for a person from Turkey.
The currency of Turkey is the Turkish lira (abbreviation: TRY). in Turkish:Türk Lirası (TL).
because turkey in turkish has nothing to do with the bird.
Turkish Example: "I love Turkish food."
Turkish is spoken in Kuşadası.
Turkish "lira" is the currency of Turkey.
The official language of Turkey is Turkish.
I m from Turkey= Ben Türküm
of course yes.im turkish and we have turkey ...
Turkish is the proper adjective for Turkey.
Sure. Turkish Lira is the currency of Turkey
About 75% of the people in Turkey speak Turkish.For more information about the languages of Turkey, click here.
Amsterdam is not in Turkey. It's in the Netherlands. They speak Dutch in the city of Amsterdam and Turkish in the country of Turkey.