When it comes to eating healthy, cooking is just as important as eating. The food you eat is not only defined by what it is made out of, but also as to how it is cooked. And with that, there are certainly healthy ways to prepare food, just as there are unhealthy ways as well.
Doner Kebab’s – If you are in the mood for something a little more on the healthy side, you have to check out the turkish restaurant on Glenarm and 16th, on 16th St. Mall. I had some of the humus, and it was heaven! It was light and creamy, and the bread was hot and fresh with a hint of seasoning. I was able to eat the humus and walk at the same time without making a big mess.
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After this great appetizer, you will not go wrong with the Iskender kebab (made of lamb meat). Also you can have the Iskender Kebab too. We like it a lot. Taste and freshness were evident. Food usually comes with sides of rice, onions, red cabbage, and carrots or try any of these meals with bulgur on the side (bulgur is a special type of wheat grown in Turkey). Kids prefer chicken so you can get the Chicken Adana for them (or for yourself!). If you like spicy food they have the Beyti kebab.
The Turks will offer you tea. The traveling merchants are always on the streets, even more than the supernatural beings from the oriental tales. Therefore, you just have to think that you want a tea and… Sesame… it appears right in front of you, as if by magic. And not just one tea, but full trays with cups.
For the even more adventurous there is paragliding from the top of Mount Babadag in Oludeniz which ends with a graceful landing near the famous blue lagoon of Olu Deniz.