Category Milk drinks

Ayran
Milk drinks

Ayran

This sour-milk drink is akin to kefir. It is very popular among the Caucasian, Balkan and Turkic peoples. In ancient legends, he is known as a drink of the gods and an elixir of youth and beauty. In general, the thin eastern people are a connoisseur of all that is useful and beautiful. Sour-milk drinks with healing and anti-aging properties are valued at their weight in gold.

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Coconut milk

Coconut milk is a product that has found wide application in East Asian cuisine. In Indonesia and Malaysia, it is known as Santan, in the Philippines it is called Gata. A very delicate, delicate taste, delicate refined aroma, and most importantly, a very impressive list of beneficial properties and beneficial effects on health have made this product very popular in East Asian cuisine.
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Buffalo milk

Asian buffalo is a strong and hardy animal with invincible immunity. Buffalo milk is valued as an important source of nutrients and natural antioxidants. This drink is very similar in composition to the female, which is why it is considered one of the most beneficial for humans among other types of animal milk.
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Spoiled milk

A man tasted sour milk the day after he learned to get animal milk - this is what they say about yogurt. Indeed, the name speaks for itself - to get this product is simple, which provided it with such a rich history. This milk drink is mentioned in the writings of the ancient scientists of Rome, Greece, and Russia.
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Walnut milk

Milk of animal origin leads in sales and popularity. White sweet liquid from nuts loses in several ways: high cost, minimal consumer awareness of the product, a new unfamiliar taste. What you need to know about nut milk, why cow milk needs to be replaced, and is the product worth the money declared by the manufacturer?
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Tan

Tan is a fermented milk drink that is especially appreciated by the Caucasian peoples. Often it is confused with another drink of the Highlanders - ayran, but they are radically different in the raw materials from which they are obtained. The basis for the preparation of ayran is cow's milk, and tan is obtained using camel milk and buffalo milk.
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Buttermilk

Buttermilk is a by-product that is obtained in the production of butter. By and large, this is a cream with a low fat content, less than half a percent. Buttermilk is very useful for those who follow their figure and prefer low-calorie foods. Buttermilk contains the same nutrients as in milk, the same vitamins and minerals.
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Varenets

Varenets is a fermented milk drink that is made on the basis of baked milk or fermented baked milk. Usually, sour cream is used instead of sourdough as a natural thickener and a source of sour-milk bacteria. In industrial production, in order to ferment milk, special fermented milk bacteria are added to it in a pure form.
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Yogurt

Yogurt is a fermented milk drink of the Caucasian cuisine, made from the enzymatic milk of buffalo, goats, cows, sheep. Widely distributed in the Middle East and Asia Minor. The name of the drink comes from the verbs "Matsuts'anel" and "Matsun", which in translation from Armenian means "Ferment" and "Minimize", respectively.
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Suzma

Suzma is a dairy product obtained by removing whey from katyk (ayran). Visually resembles cottage cheese (kale). The product occupies an intermediate place between butter and sour cream, is widely popular in Central Asia: Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Iran, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan.
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Camel milk

The time has passed when the assortment of milk in stores consisted only of whole or nonfat products. Today you can buy a variety of options: from cow and goat to almond and coconut milk. But there is a product in this rich assortment that attracts special attention. This is camel milk.
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Powdered milk

Now in supermarkets on the shelves you can see a diverse set of jars, bags and other bright packaging with the inscription "milk". But inside is not a product familiar to everyone since childhood, but an unknown white powder. So what is it really? But in fact, it is really milk, only prepared by drying ordinary cow's milk.
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Shubat

Shubat (chal) - a traditional drink of Kazakhs, obtained from camel milk. Compared to koumiss, it has a higher fat content (up to 8%). This is a perishable product that, within 5 days after preparation, becomes unusable. Due to the impossibility of extending the shelf life, shubat is practically not exported for sale.
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Ayran

This sour-milk drink is akin to kefir. It is very popular among the Caucasian, Balkan and Turkic peoples. In ancient legends, he is known as a drink of the gods and an elixir of youth and beauty. In general, the thin eastern people are a connoisseur of all that is useful and beautiful. Sour-milk drinks with healing and anti-aging properties are valued at their weight in gold.
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Katyk

Turkic and Bulgarian culinary traditions gave Katyk to humanity. This is a specific national fermented milk drink. Local drink katyk in its pure form (like regular kefir / milk) or add it to dressings in salads and soups. The age of the drink has long exceeded 2 thousand years. The secrets of cooking, especially the exposure and selection of ingredients with trepidation are passed down from generation to generation.
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Baked milk

The taste of baked milk just can not leave indifferent. Thinner and more delicate milky notes give way to an unexpected coffee and caramel aftertaste. It is in this aftertaste that the whole charm of the product lies, it is for the sake of it that a person tries to increase the time of a sip, so as to linger in this sweet-coffee veil for at least a few seconds longer.
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Yogurt

The history of the origin of this drink is hidden for centuries. No one will ever remember who first came up with fermented milk or noticed that this drink has refreshing tastes and useful properties. However, even in the famous Odyssey of Homer there is a mention of him at the moment when the protagonist finds jugs with sour milk in a cyclopean cave.
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Ryazhenka

Ryazhenka is a tasty and healthy sour-milk product known to everyone. It has long been prepared in Russia from a mixture of milk and cream, and the name comes from the word "yarn", which in those days meant "fry". That is, the cream with milk was simply “fried” in the oven until they became a beautiful cream color - the color of baked milk.
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Koumiss

According to the legend, the steppe Amazons did not breastfeed their children. According to the ancient Greeks, their babies ate koumiss - mare's milk. Homer also wrote about the tribes that inhabited the territory from the Black Sea to Mongolia and fed on the milk of mares. To the Greeks, such narratives seemed surprising, but they were interested in a milk drink containing alcohol.
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Kefir

Kefir is a unique fermented milk food. This is one of the best probiotic products with incredible healing properties. The recipe for this drink has remained a secret for centuries, and today it is the most popular fermented milk product. Grains of the Prophet. The history of this drink is shrouded in mystery.
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