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'''Milk''' was obtained from several different animals during [[period]]. Commonly milked were cows, sheep, goats and, in some parts, mares and even yak.
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'''Milk''' was obtained from several different [[animal]]s during [[period]]. Commonly milked were [[cow]]s, [[sheep]], [[goat]]s and, in some parts, [[horse|mares]] and even yak.
   
Cows milk contains levels of lactose, to which some people are allergic or intolerant. It is wise to let your guests know if you have used milk in any dishes at a feast.
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[[Cow]]'s milk contains levels of lactose, to which some people are allergic or intolerant. It is wise to let your guests know if you have used milk in any dishes at a [[feast]].
   
 
Milk, when fresh from the beast, can be used to make [[cream]], [[butter]], yoghurt, ghee and [[cheese]].<br>
 
Milk, when fresh from the beast, can be used to make [[cream]], [[butter]], yoghurt, ghee and [[cheese]].<br>
Mare's milk can also be used to make [[koumiss]].
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[[horse|Mare's]] milk can also be used to make [[koumiss]].
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Latest revision as of 17:27, 29 April 2006

Milk was obtained from several different animals during period. Commonly milked were cows, sheep, goats and, in some parts, mares and even yak.

Cow's milk contains levels of lactose, to which some people are allergic or intolerant. It is wise to let your guests know if you have used milk in any dishes at a feast.

Milk, when fresh from the beast, can be used to make cream, butter, yoghurt, ghee and cheese.
Mare's milk can also be used to make koumiss.