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Yak Butter

SEARCH ENGINE SAYS EVERYONE’S CURIOUS ABOUT YAK BUTTER

Yak butter are obtained from milk through traditional churning technique often at upland pasture  The milk are poured into inflated goat skin bag or put into big round pot run by water power and are stirred for an hour to 2 hours The butter or cream are separated from the water milk and the butter are then wrapped it for sale in the Market or consumed it at home  Unfortunately, Local people and farmers of Baltistan has given up this tradition and now Yak butter are rarely available in the Market.

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Yak Cheese Is a Miracle

The secret to Tibetan health in Himalayans

Now, we have found the secret of the strong health of the Tibetan and Himalayan populations. It is in that woolly beast called yak. More precisely in its cheese.

Cheese lovers have got a new target item, as a team of researchers from Nepal (a Himalayan state) and Canada has found that yak cheese has higher amounts of heart-healthy fats than cheese from dairy cattle, being much healthier. The base diet of people from Tibet and Himalaya is butter tea, made of tea leaves, yak butter and salt, combined with tsampa (local barley or wheat bread). The new research has been published in ACS' "Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry."

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HealthStefan AniteiDairy, Cheese
Facts On Yak

Wholesome Milk, Great cheese, tasty meat, and Stunning Fiber

The first yaks were brought to the U.S. in the late 19th century. Today, Colorado boasts the highest population of yaks in the nation, with 78 breeders at last count, according to the International Yak Association (IYAK). The environment is ideal since yaks thrive in cool, high-altitude climates; their thick hides offer protection from the extreme cold of the Himalaya and they’re adept at foraging for food beneath the snow. They also require about one third to one half less feed than beef cattle. To learn more, visit IYak.org.

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