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Turkish restaurateur Salt Bae to feed 5000 earthquake survivors each day

Another famous Turkish chef CZN Burak is also serving free meals to the earthquake victims. He shared the video of preparing meals for the earthquake victims. He had captioned the video, “May God bless everyone who contributed.”

Popular Turkish restaurateur Nusret Gokce, Salt Bae, to feed 5000 Turkish earthquake survivors every day.

Salt Bae took to his Instagram account on Monday and shared a video clip of a mobile kitchen from his restaurant Nusr Et preparing meals for earthquake survivors.

“We started serving hot food to more people, targeting 5,000 people every day,” he wrote.

Just a day before the mobile kitchen reached the quake-hit region, Salt Bae gave a virtual tour of the truck. Sharing the video on Instagram, Salt Bae said: “It will be the most important and meaningful service in the world for us.” Bae has been sharing videos of different celebrities on his Instagram account sending prayers for the earthquake victims.

Read more: Star chef CZN Burak cries talking about earthquake in Turkey

Another famous Turkish chef CZN Burak is also serving free meals to the earthquake victims. He shared the video of preparing meals for the earthquake victims. He had captioned the video, “May God bless everyone who contributed.”

 

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Last week, CZN Burak was seen crying in a video he shared while talking about the earthquake devastation in his hometown Hatay in Turkey.

Burak, in his video message, appealed to his worldwide following to donate generously to the earthquake victims. He cried inconsolably in the video telling the people that he will be personally assisting the quake-affected areas.

Burak is a celebrated Turkish chef in Turkey having restaurants all over the world and boasting a massive social media following. He is well-known for his enormous food items and videos in which he prepares a substantial amount of food for Syrian refugees.

The chef who is always smiling in his cooking videos left his followers upset when they saw him crying in the video. Social media users expressed solidarity with him and tried to console him. “This broke my heart,” a fan commented on Facebook. “May he get his smile back soon,” said another.

“A good human with a kind heart,” a social media user commented. “Our prayers are with you CZN Burak,” a fan left a comment on Instagram.