Perhaps the most widely recognized conventional Mongolian food sources that you'll discover in a migrant family is the straightforward however delicious "chanasan makh". It is made by bubbling meat, bones, and innards together in salted water at that point leaving it to stew and gradually cook for a few hours. That is it! The meat (lamb more often than not, obviously!) becomes more delectable and more delicate the more it is cooked for. 

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Eezgii is another dried-cheddar conventional Mongolian food that is especially mainstream among itinerant families. It's additionally another great illustration of how significant meat and dairy are to conventional Mongolian ways of life. Eezgii is made by joining two dairy items to make a third one. In case you're lactose-prejudiced you might need to bring along your own bites while remaining with an itinerant family in Mongolia. 

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Nomadic Mongolians make different dairy products depending on what animals they keep. Herds of sheep, goats, camels, horses, cows, or yaks are most common and all produce milk which is then used to make a variety of other food or drinks, which are often kept to be consumed in winter. Aaruul is one of these traditional Mongolian foods, usually made in summer when ingredients are plentiful, then eaten throughout the year.

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