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Meat consumption in Turkey:surprising findings

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I was quite surprised to see Turkey ranked 121st in the world in terms of meat consumption, consumption being only 25 kilos per person per year. Although plenty of meatless food seems to be a part of Turkish cuisine and widely available, I was not expecting such a low consumption. Can someone throw some light on this? Don't Turks eat meat in most meals?

Source:
http://vegetarian.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=004748

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