I was a little hungry tonight, so I walked a few blocks to what might be the equivalent of a convenience store in the states. There were plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables out front, but at inflated prices (like everything else in the store). These figs were selling at 9,90 Turkish lira per kilogram as compared to the 7TL in the day market a few blocks in the other direction. I bought a half a dozen large, fresh figs, even at this price. These six figs (about a pound) cost roughly $2.60 U.S. instead of the $1.85 I would have paid during the day. Fresh figs. Yum. They looked pretty good to me, in spite of the florescent lighting.