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Mongolian traditional food and beverage

Dairy products called "tsagaan idee" it is differ greatly about in variety and taste and
include milk, which is regarded as symbol of unselfishness, purity and kindness, urum (a
thick layer of cream), Mongolian butter, aaruul (dried curd), and a soft of kefir yogurt .
Aaruul: specialist believe that aaruul is one of the factors responsible for the Mongol's
strong and healthy teeth. Aaruul is curdled milk, dehydrated and thoroughly dried in the
air and sun. The remarkable thing is that there is practically no limit to it's slowly life.
Airag is Mongolian traditional drink. Rural people making summer time in it. 10003000 times bit it in cow' skin bag. (leader bag) Mongolian people used to airag in
Naadam festival, wedding, New year and others. Some people can drink 2-3 letre one sit.
Airag has included 7-8% of alcohol. So you will drink a lot of airag maybe you hang
over. Airag is Mongolian respect and safely drink so you never to spit and drop it outside.
During the Naadam and New year festival who win the wrestling competition people
present him one big bowl airag. Also horse racing competition whose horse win people
drop the airag horse's croup. Mongolian famous and tasty airags originated from Bulgan.
Arkhangai, Ovorkhangai provinces. Airag gives strength and cheerfulness and it destroys
pathogenic microbes in the intestines and helps improve the living body metabolisms. If
you visit Mongolian family or wedding people give you one big bowl airag. Maybe you
can't drink it just try sip it. ( airag is soft lime).
Boodog: commonly used in marmot and coat involves removing the bones( and bowels
from the skinned carcass through the neck red hot stones are put inside the carcass closed
and the neck opening. Then the carcass is barbecued. The meat roasted this way is tender
tasty and fragrant. ) innards of the animal, whilst leaving the meat bones and skin intact,
then placing red hot stones inside the body of the animal to cook the meat sometimes
inside the boodog may you make vegetables and some pepper and salt. If you bring hot
stones it will be good for relax also health.
Khorog. Is prepared by cutting up the meat of the sheep and coat and placing it in a
container together with hot stones, while heating from the outside. Some people add and
fixed many kinds of vegetables also pepper and salt. Khorkhog was a cooking method
commonly used by soldiers on military compaign in earlier centuries as the meat of a

large animal such as a deer or gazella could thus be cooked in it's own stomach thus
eliminating the need for carrying heavy pots or special utensils. Usually man making
Boodog and Khorhog.

Tea with milk. Usually used to tea cow, camel and sheep milk. May you visit Mongolian
nomadic family first they served you tea with milk. The Mongolians drink tea with milk
with a salt. Sometimes the tea is cooked with rise, dumplings and flour. It preparing is
easy first water and add brick tea salt then milk and boiled it is ready. Some Mongolian
ethnic groups drink tea without salt. Usually Mongolian old people drink tea about 1-3 l a
day. Also Mongolian people follow the traditional medicine. For example if I grip or cold
make a 7 dumplings tea with milk. After you will be ok.
Vodka White vodka shimiin arhi: Mongols have made vodka for many centuries since
the first Mongol people, hunnus. Making vodka is a complex process and requires a lot of
skill and the right materials. The process of making vodka has been passed down through
many generations, from farther to son, and mother to daughter. In the paragraphs below I
will attempt to describe the process of making Vodka. First you need a few important
materials; to bowls, (one large and one is slightly smaller bowl ), a cylinder or bottomless
barrel (the cylinder should fit snugly around the large bowl), a bucked, and of course a
good fire. Another critical material is cow's milk. Once cows have been milked, the milk
must be churned. The milk is must be changed into butter milk or yogurt. Next a fire is
made then the large bowl is placed over the fire and the yogurt is poured into the bowl
immediately, the bottomless barrel is put over the large bowl and the smaller bowl is
placed on top of the barrel. The smaller bowl is then filled with water. However the barrel
is not empty. Inside the barrel is a bucket that hangs between the two bowls. This bucket
is very important because it catches the newly made vodka. Now the prepare must wait;
the yogurt is boiled. As the steam from the yogurt rises it hits the bowl of cold water. As
this point the steam condenses back into liquid. The liquid slowly drips into the hanging
bucket, as time passes the bowl of cold water will get warm, so the preparer must change
the water but "be careful of the steam". Once the process is completed, the arkhi is poured
out and thrown into the fire. This is considered an offering to the god fire. If the arkhi
makes a flash (blue flame)than the arkhi is good. Arkhi just made in the countryside of
Mongolia . But people who live in the city can enjoy the arkhi because their families in
the countryside often send them some.

Borts dried meat: the Mongolian nomadic way of life and the countries climatic
conditions has give rise to specific methods of preserving meat. The most widespread one
is air -drying or bortsloh. Beef is cut into long strips which are hung in the shade. The
meat dries very quickly, becoming so hard that you can not cut it with the knife. Before
using the dried meat it is powdered and the put into boiling water. In a minute you have a
nourishing broth.