Description of Bread And Bakery in “Dīwān Lughāt Al-Turk”
Sarvar Makhmudovich Kuldashev
Junior Researcher, Center for Ethnology and Anthropology of the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Tashkent
2Kryvyi Rih State Pedagogical University, 54, Haharin Avenue, Kryvyi Rih 50086, Ukraine

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This article discusses bread, which was a significant part of the diet of the Turkic peoples during the reign of Mahmud Kashgari. Bread has been widely used by the Turks since ancient times. This bread has long been loved and used not only by the Turkic peoples, but also by the peoples of the world. Nowadays, the types of bread and methods of preparation are various. There is also a comparative analysis of the types of bread mentioned in the work of Mahmud Kashgari, as well as historical information about their preparation and further development of bread. In this scientific work, we can see in what conditions and with what tools the Turkic people baked bread.


Types Of Bread “Dīwān Lughāt Al-Turk”, Thin Bread, Minced Meat, Shashlik, Navvoy - Etmakchi.


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