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What do Kazakhstan people eat?

What do Kazakhstan people eatKazakh cuisine traditionally revolves around mutton and horse meat and as well as various milk products.
Meat in various forms has always been the primary ingredient of Kazakh cuisine. Besbarmak, a dish consisting of boiled horse or mutton meat, is the most popular Kazakh dish. Other popular meat dishes are kazy and shuzhuk (horsemeat sausages), kuyrdak (also spelled kuirdak, a dish made from roasted horse, sheep, or cow offal, such as heart, liver, kidneys, and other organs, diced and served with onions and peppers), and various horse delicacies, such as zhal (smoked lard from horse's neck) and zhaya (salted and smoked meat from horse's hip and hind leg).
The traditional drinks are fermented mare's milk (kumys), and camel's milk (shubat). as well as sheep milk and its products–kaymak (sour cream), katyk or ayran (buttermilk), kurt, irimshik (dried sour milk product similar to kurt, but not rolled into balls).
A special kind of traditional drink is a black tea with milk, known since foundation of Silk Way as import from near by China. Which was traditionally consumed with baursak and sweets after main course (meat), while other traditional drinks were consumed with main course. But nowadays tea with milk practically fully replaced other traditional drinks in every day life, and consumed with main course.
The main traditional sweets is Shecksheck. Other traditional oriental sweets are well known, but they are not a part of Kazakh cuisine, as they in Midevial were imported.



Kazakhstan description:

Kazakhstan, officially the Republic of Kazakhstan, is a country located in Central Asia. Ranked as the ninth largest country in the world, it is also the world's largest landlocked country; its territory of 2,727,300 km² is greater than Western Europe. Kazakhstan is one of the six independent Turkic States.

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