Peksimet Year 1915

Unfortunate encounter of Anzac soldiers, who have been assaulting to Gallipoli shores of Çanakkale, and the Turkish soldiers defending their homeland...

FOR THE SAKE OF THE CRESCENT AND HOMELAND,they just ate the dry biscuit and drunk water, they haven’t even thought about coming back their homes.

From the memories told...

The biscuit (Peksimet), the supply of Turkish soldiers, was a filling food lasting long, but it was becoming stone-hard as the time passed. It was broking out teeth; hence, we were eating it by wetting with water...

Similarly, also the supply of Anzac soldiers was the biscuit, and it was very hard too. As the time passed, it was becoming hard like Anzac Tiles. It was broking the teeth while eating...

It might be a necessity for being human that, after the conflict ended, Turkish soldiers were throwing Turkish biscuits from their front to front of Anzac soldiers, while Anzac soldiers were also throwing Anzac biscuits to Turkish soldiers..."

Year 2015, (100th Year)


After 100 years, the parties of not a war but the peace are meeting again in Gallipoli Peninsula...

OPEN THIS PACK, FEEL THE SOUL OF 1915 INSIDE…


Contents;

Turkish Biscuit (Peksimet): Oatmeal, Barley Meal, Wheat Meal, Sourdough, Salt, Water

Anzac Biscuit: Oatmeal, Barley Meal, Wheat Meal, Coconut, Sugar, Butter, Baking Soda, Water

This product doesn’t contain any coloring agent or synthetic aroma or nature-identical additive aroma.

Keep in cool and dry places away from direct sunlight (18-23°C).

“There are 2 kitchens in Mevlevi Houses.”
Meals are cooked to saturate physical hunger in one of them. In other one, people satisfy their brains and hearts through the Sufism education.”