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|File:Turkish pestil with walnuts.jpg|
|Place of origin||Turkey|
|Main ingredients||Grape must, nuts, flour|
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Pestil, a Turkish word meaning dried fruit pulp, is best exemplified in the English term "fruit leather." Fruit leather is made from mechanically pulverizing fruit, then spreading it out to dry into a tough, yet flexible and edible material which can be kept preserved for several months in an airtight container.