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Kurt
Milk products

Kurt

Kurt is a fermented milk product that has many names and geographical affiliations. It is ranked among the cuisines of the Turkic, Altai, Azerbaijani, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Bashkir, Uzbek, Mongolian and Tajik peoples. Among the dozens of variations of names, only four are especially popular: kurt, korot, kurut, kurut.

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Spread

The spread got its name thanks to the English word spread, which in this case means "spread" or "spreading paste." A food product that looks like butter, but having a slightly different composition and other properties, has gained considerable popularity over the past few decades and has become widely used in cooking along with margarine and butter.
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Milk products

Kurt

Kurt is a fermented milk product that has many names and geographical affiliations. It is ranked among the cuisines of the Turkic, Altai, Azerbaijani, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Bashkir, Uzbek, Mongolian and Tajik peoples. Among the dozens of variations of names, only four are especially popular: kurt, korot, kurut, kurut.
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Dry cream

Powdered cream is a substitute for fresh milk cream, which is convenient to store even without a refrigerator. Powdered cream is used for culinary purposes. An added teaspoon of dried cream into a cup of coffee turns a bitter drink into a gentle coffee cocktail with a pleasant creamy taste. Product Types There are many brands of dried cream in the modern market.
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Condensed milk

It is now very difficult to imagine life without everyone’s beloved condensed milk. Despite the fact that it was used most actively among compatriots, in fact, the idea of ​​creating condensed milk belongs to the French confectioner Nicolas Upper, who was the first in the history of culinary to offer the original idea: to store milk in cans.
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Kaymak

The question "What is kaymak?" You can "download" even an experienced chef. Usually they say that this is something between cottage cheese, butter, cream and sour cream. It is prepared in different ways, but it is always a greasy, barely salty product. If you ever had to see very oily cream, which is even difficult to get out of the can, then most likely it was Kaymak.
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Acidophilus

Sour-milk products have been especially popular for several centuries. Modern studies either vote on the benefits of milk, or warn against its possible side effects. While scientists argue with marketers, the population continues to buy their favorite drinks, on which entire generations grow.
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Serum

Milk and dairy products have ceased to seem something reference, healthy and really high-quality. An increasing percentage of humanity is being diagnosed with lactose intolerance, and milk is being accused of acne, gastrointestinal problems and decreased functionality. Whey is a by-product of milk production. Accordingly, a certain part of the problems and advantages of the white cow drink passed to the milk substitute.
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Yogurt

Every adherent of healthy eating knows about the harmful properties of cow's milk. But yogurts, considering processing and fortification, do not seem to be something dangerous or harmful. Among dairy products, yogurts are in particular demand. Manufacturers are contriving to create new tastes, attract buyers with bright advertising or packaging.
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Butter

Butter is obtained mainly by whipping cream, and on an industrial scale it is produced by separation. The best butter is that made from natural cow's milk. Butter contains up to 82.5% fat, and melted butter contains up to 99%. Butter, if it is natural, is rightfully one of the best types of edible fats.
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Margarine

Margarine is a product familiar to us from childhood. Everyone remembers the shelves filled with this cheaper butter substitute, which is firmly in use in the former Soviet Union. Indeed, many of us used it when cooking, especially in the manufacture of homemade pastries: a variety of cookies, delicious magnificent cakes and more.
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Tofu

Tofu is a mixed product. Some consider it to be a tasteless curd mass, while others consider it to be a real vegetable storehouse of useful components. In terms of cooking - the product is universal. Tofu has no characteristic taste, it is neutral and literally absorbs the aroma / taste of the accompanying ingredients like a sponge.
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Brynza

Brynza - brine cheese, which is made from a mixture of cow and sheep milk (less often - goat milk). Despite the fact that progress has affected cheese production, cheese is especially carefully and traditionally made. The cheese is soaked, given a special shape, carefully introduced spices (if necessary).
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Cream

Cream (the name comes from the verb "merge") - a product of the separation of milk. They are a dense, homogeneous mass of white, viscous consistency, with a sweet taste. A properly prepared dairy product does not have flakes, lumps, or impurities. According to legend, cream was invented back in the 17th century by the head waiter of the Chantilly castle Francois Vatel, whence they received the unspoken name "Chantilly cream".
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Milk

Milk is good for health. Parents talk about this to children, and adults and doctors repeat this to adults. But how is milk really useful, and is it as good as they try to convince us? How much should you use it to feel better? Let's find out the answers to these and other questions together.
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Cottage cheese

Cottage cheese is a fermented milk product consisting of easily assimilated calcium and growth amino acids. It is extremely important for children and elderly organisms, for people with tuberculosis, diseases of the bones, stomach, liver, kidneys. How cottage cheese appeared According to ancient records, mankind has been making cottage cheese for more than 4000 years.
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Sour cream

Sour cream is a fermented milk product obtained through fermented milk fermentation from sourdough and cream. Received its name from the original production at home. First, the settled milk (top layer) was drained, and then the spoon that was under the cream was swept away (collected) with a spoon or whisk.
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