Open vegan sandwich toasted seeded bread, olive oil, avocado, tomatoes, red roasted pepper paste with aubergine. pitch of black pepper.
This is a great fresh sandwich any time of the day.
Photographer Murat Ozkasim 

Open vegan sandwich toasted seeded bread, olive oil, avocado, tomatoes, red roasted pepper paste with aubergine. pitch of black pepper.

This is a great fresh sandwich any time of the day.

Photographer Murat Ozkasim 

Vegan style red cabbage salad recipe. Realy tasty.
chop first than soak red cabbage in salty water 2 hours than was the salt add lemon juice to taste and olive oil. you can add more salt if needed.
Photographer Murat Ozkasim  

Vegan style red cabbage salad recipe. Realy tasty.

chop first than soak red cabbage in salty water 2 hours than was the salt add lemon juice to taste and olive oil. you can add more salt if needed.

Photographer Murat Ozkasim  

Vegan style tofu with spinach this to date best tofu and spinach combination. this is so easy to cook and sooooo tasty to eat really really amazing taste and great texture.
Photographer Murat Ozkasim 

Vegan style tofu with spinach this to date best tofu and spinach combination. this is so easy to cook and sooooo tasty to eat really really amazing taste and great texture.

Photographer Murat Ozkasim 

Turkish fig from Bursa great fruit to eat, The notable mineral content in an extra-large Turkish fig is its 187 milligrams of potassium — an intake of 500 milligrams daily keeps your muscles healthy and helps prevent stroke. Aside from that, Turkish figs are not rich in vitamins and minerals, but do contain trace amounts of thiamin, riboflavin, folate and vitamins C, B-6, A, E and K. Including Turkish figs in your diet contributes to your overall daily intake of these nutrients, which benefit health and well being. 
Photograph Murat Ozkasim

Turkish fig from Bursa great fruit to eat, The notable mineral content in an extra-large Turkish fig is its 187 milligrams of potassium — an intake of 500 milligrams daily keeps your muscles healthy and helps prevent stroke. Aside from that, Turkish figs are not rich in vitamins and minerals, but do contain trace amounts of thiamin, riboflavin, folate and vitamins C, B-6, A, E and K. Including Turkish figs in your diet contributes to your overall daily intake of these nutrients, which benefit health and well being. 

Photograph Murat Ozkasim