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    Horse Milk: a popular Kyrgyz beverage is kymyz, a slightly alcoholic drink made by fermenting mare's milk. This drink is considered to be a signature drink of Euroasian nomadic culture, as it is also consumed in Kazakhstan and Mongolia.

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    Kyrgyz Culture by Eric Lafforgue!/items/Qt4T-RnGvCs

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