If sütsüz is modifying ekmek (thus working as an adjetive) shouldn't it be before the subject?
Sütsüz is modifying the verb "yiyorum" here. What's meant is "I am eating bread, and I am not drinking milk" and not "I am eating milk-free bread". If the latter was meant, the sentence would be "sütsüz ekmek yiyorum".
Turkish seems not to be that hard in the first glance!! :D
Why is it ekmeği rather than ekmek? We'd write ekmek yiyorum so if the sütsüz isn't modıfyıng ekmek then what is?
Bread takes the accusative here, thus "ekmeği".
I am eating the bread without milk -> "Ekmeği sütsüz yiyorum"
I am eating bread without milk -> "Ekmek sütsüz yiyorum"