Turnip juice is a popular beverage of southern Turkey, originating from Adana. Although its Turkish name Salgam suyu (or shortened, salgam) does literally mean "turnip juice", it is, in fact, the juice of purple carrot pickles, heavily salted, spiced and flavoured with aromatic turnip (salgam) and fermented in barrels. It is traditionally served cold in large glasses with long slices of pickled carrots, called tane. Hot paprika relish is added just before drinking. Hot or regular, it's a popular drink with Adana Kebab. Doganay Turnip is fermentation namely yeast product which is made from amaranth carrot, hot or mild pepper, water, salt, cracked whole wheat, yogurt, cheese and vinegar by yeasting and which is produced difficultly during a long time. If Salgam is continuously consumed, it will be invigorate, digestive,and laxative for he body through the vitamins therein decreases stress,prevents influenza, and freshens your body through the enzymes therein.