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I think this man and his cart must be a national treasure. He kept himself on the go, moving from corner to corner where at each corner he would be surrounded by the guys who stand in doors.

He has those breads pre-spread with what I don't know, then he adds the crispy lettuce and a fresh herb and delicious fresh tomatoes and then, from those pink buckets, with a great flourish, he flings nice crunchy salt and a good amount of ground hot pepper onto the bread. Then he rolls it all up, wraps it in a piece of paper, and hands it to you like he would the gift of a beautiful rose.

For this scrumptious treat you pay one Turkish lira, about 67 cents.
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