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Saðlýklý Beslenme ve Yaþama
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1.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 10 Jan 2009 Sat 01:55 pm

Biz nasýl saðlýklý besleniriz ve yaþarýz?

Yapýlan bir araþtýrmaye göre özetle þöyle=

- Pazardan meyve ve sebzelerin mevsimine göre alýnmasý

- Mevsiminde olmayan meyve ve sebzelerin alýnmamasý  

- Sebzelerden lahana, kereviz, havuç, kýrmýzý pançar ve maydanoza öncelik verilmesi

- Meyvelerden elma, kayýsý ve incir

- Kuru kayýsý veya incirin bir kap su içinde bekletilerek içilmesi 

- Þifalý otlarýn kulllanýlmasý

- Kepekli ve esmer ekmek kullanýlmasý

- Hergün bir diþ sarmýsak yutulmasý

- Kötü düþüncelerin akýldan silinmesi

- Ýyi ve güzel ve olumlu düþünülmesi ve konuþulmasý

 

2.       Melek74
1506 posts
 10 Jan 2009 Sat 05:05 pm

 

Quoting yilgun-7

Biz nasýl saðlýklý besleniriz ve yaþarýz?

How do we nourish and enjoy good health?

Yapýlan bir araþtýrmaye göre özetle þöyle=

Conducted research summarizes it this way (that we do it by):

- Pazardan meyve ve sebzelerin mevsimine göre alýnmasý

- Buying seasonal fruits and vegetables from the market

- Mevsiminde olmayan meyve ve sebzelerin alýnmamasý  

- Not buying fruits and vegetables that are not in season

- Sebzelerden lahana, kereviz, havuç, kýrmýzý pançar ve maydanoza öncelik verilmesi

- From the vegetables, giving priority to cabbage, celery, carrot, red beets, and parsley

- Meyvelerden elma, kayýsý ve incir

- From the fruits, apple, apricot and fig

- Kuru kayýsý veya incirin bir kap su içinde bekletilerek içilmesi 

- Something about dried apricot and figs and postponing drinking - not sure how to translate this

- Þifalý otlarýn kulllanýlmasý

- Using medicinal herbs

- Kepekli ve esmer ekmek kullanýlmasý

- Using dark, multi-grained bread

- Hergün bir diþ sarmýsak yutulmasý

- Daily swallowing a clove of garlic

- Kötü düþüncelerin akýldan silinmesi

- Erasing bad (negative) thoughts from the mind

- Ýyi ve güzel ve olumlu düþünülmesi ve konuþulmasý

- Having good, beautiful and positive thoughts and conversations

 

Did you want this translated? I´m confused as to why it would be in the "off-topics" forum.

 

Anyway, here´s my attempt, do wait for corrections, as I´m just a learner.

 

If you didn´t want a translation, and just wanted to share this, thank you

 

 

 

3.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 10 Jan 2009 Sat 07:28 pm

Thank you very much, Melek...

What do you think about good health?

4.       Melek74
1506 posts
 10 Jan 2009 Sat 09:48 pm

 

Quoting yilgun-7

Thank you very much, Melek...

What do you think about good health?

 

I think,  my friend, that good health is something I don´t think much about while I have it and something I will think a lot about when it´s gone. And then, I will wish I I took your advise from previous post {#lang_emotions_bigsmile}

5.       yilgun-2010
572 posts
 24 Jan 2010 Sun 02:52 am

Do people in some countries eat cricket, worm, snake, Snail, frog, turtle insect, pig, etc  in the meal.

Is it true?

If so…this is a  very bad dish… How can they eat such a  dirty things, I cannot understand and imagine it?

It is very sickly and repulsive kitchen according to Turkish culture.

 

Is it normal?

You should learn the Turkish kitchen, Mediterranean kitchen…

Recommendable… 

 

Life is culture kitchen, kitchen comes first for everybody.The most important thing for daily life and harmony.



Edited (1/24/2010) by yilgun-2010
Edited (1/24/2010) by yilgun-2010

6.       slavica
814 posts
 24 Jan 2010 Sun 03:24 am

 

Quoting yilgun-2010

Do people in some countries eat cricket, worm, snake, insect and pig in the meal.

Is it true?

If so…this is a  very bad dish… How can they eat such a  dirty things, I cannot understand and imagine it?ıt is very sickly and repulsive according to Turkish culture.

Is it normal?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yilgun, what is "bad, dirty, sickly and repulsive" according to Turkish culture doesn´t mean that is not normal {#emotions_dlg.rant}

 

I don´t know about crickets, worms, snakes and insects, but I eat pork all my life and I don´t complain or consider myself abnormal. For your information, I also tasted meals made of snails and frogs´ legs and found them very tasty {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}

 

I cannot understand and imagine how can you be so categorical and one sided in your assertings!



Edited (1/24/2010) by slavica
Edited (1/24/2010) by slavica

7.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 24 Jan 2010 Sun 11:16 am

 

Quoting yilgun-2010

Do people in some countries eat cricket, worm, snake, insect and pig in the meal.

Is it true?

If so…this is a  very bad dish… How can they eat such a  dirty things, I cannot understand and imagine it?ıt is very sickly and repulsive according to Turkish culture.

Is it normal?

 

 

 

People in other countries eat many types of things that would be considered strange or disgusting to others.  In other cultures it is quite normal to eat insects so yes, it is normal...for them.  And for some of the poorer people of the world, they really can´t afford to be picky or worried about someone thinking what they eat is "dirty".

 

For me it is just a matter of personal taste.  I do not consider any of the creatures that you mention to be "dirty".  Pork is actually quite good and I have never understood where this notion comes from that it is a dirty meat. 

 

Personally, I find red meat to be repulsive but I would never disparage someone else because they happen to like it.

8.       Trudy
7887 posts
 24 Jan 2010 Sun 11:24 am

 

Quoting slavica

 

 

Yilgun, what is "bad, dirty, sickly and repulsive" according to Turkish culture doesn´t mean that is not normal {#emotions_dlg.rant}

 

I don´t know about crickets, worms, snakes and insects, but I eat pork all my life and I don´t complain or consider myself abnormal. For your information, I also tasted meals made of snails and frogs´ legs and found them very tasty {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}

 

I cannot understand and imagine how can you be so categorical and one sided in your assertings!

 

9.       si++
3785 posts
 24 Jan 2010 Sun 12:13 pm

I quote some text from "Pulp fiction" movie about eating pork.

 

91.     INT. COFFEE SHOP - MORNING                                      91.

        Jules and Vincent sit at a booth.  In front of Vincent is a
        big stack of pancakes and sausages, which he eats with gusto.
        Jules, on the other hand, just has a cup of coffee and a
        muffin.  He seems far away in thought.  The Waitress pours a
        refill for both men,

                                  VINCENT
                       Thanks a bunch.
                            (to Jules, who´s
                              nursing his coffee)
                       Want a sausage?

                                  JULES
                       Naw, I don´t eat pork.

                                  VINCENT
                       Are you Jewish?

                                  JULES
                       I ain´t Jewish man, I just don´t
                       dig on swine.

                                  VINCENT
                       Why not?

                                  JULES
                       They´re filthy animals.  I don´t
                       eat filthy animals.

                                  VINCENT
                       Sausages taste good.  Pork chops
                       taste good.

                                  JULES
                       A sewer rat may taste like pumpkin
                       pie.  I´ll never know ´cause even
                       if it did, I wouldn´t eat the
                       filthy motherfucker.  Pigs sleep
                       and root in shit.  That´s a filthy
                       animal.  I don´t wanna eat nothin´
                       that ain´t got enough sense to
                       disregard its own feces.

                                  VINCENT
                       How about dogs?  Dogs eat their own
                       feces.

                                  JULES
                       I don´t eat dog either.

                                  VINCENT
                       Yes, but do you consider a dog to
                       be a filthy animal?

                                  JULES
                       I wouldn´t go so far as to call a
                       dog filthy, but they´re definitely
                       dirty.  But a dog´s got
                       personality.  And personality goes
                       a long way.

                                  VINCENT
                       So by that rationale, if a pig had
                       a better personality, he´s cease to
                       be a filthy animal?

                                  JULES
                       We´d have to be talkin´ ´bout one
                       motherfuckin´ charmin´ pig.  It´d
                       have to be the Cary Grant of pigs.

        The two men laugh.

10.       Trudy
7887 posts
 24 Jan 2010 Sun 12:23 pm

 

Quoting si++

I quote some text from "Pulp fiction" movie about eating pork.

 

 

 

Don´t you think it´s one sided not to even understand that other people might eat something you´re not used to eat? 

 

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