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Aaruul

Submitted by karidahlstrom
Mongol Nomadic Camp
Ar-dulaan of Argalantsoum, Tuvaimag

A bowl of Mongolian aaruul, which is dried curd that's so hard it’s sucked rather than chewed. Aaruul is made from cow, yak or camel milk that has been left to curdle. The solids are removed and the liquid drained off. What remains is formed into a cake and then pressed, dried in the sun, and cut into small pieces.

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