The Famous Mongolian Diet...
The Mongolian-Diet Since ancient times, it is commonly known worldwide that the Mongolian diet emphasize protein heavily.
So what do they exactly eat every day in this modern age?
Well, since half of Mongolian population still continue the nomadic lifestyle, there is two diets to explain, the city and nomadic. In Ulaanbaataar city, the people have adopted the eating routine of western culture and many of their dishes.
Nonetheless, the dishes underline more meat than their counterpart.
According medic student from France, Lina Boudiaf, the average Mongolian male eats approximately 380 grams of meat every day in the city. In contrast, the nomads on the steppes have a seasonal diet routine which lowers the amount of meat consumption but retains the protein level to city associates.
In spring , the nomads eat dried meat dishes, and in the summer they enjoy goat meat and yogurt. In the autumn, the dishes mainly compose of soups and curds.
Finally, for winter they prepare mutton and horse meat dishes.
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Maggie wrote on September 6, 2014, 8:38 AM
it's interesting. I wonder how is the horse meat taste like. I heard the horse meat will warm up our body, no wonder they eat it during winter.
paigea wrote on September 6, 2014, 2:22 PM
That is interesting, I had never heard of the Mongolian diet.
mydreams wrote on October 14, 2014, 6:08 AM
oh what an interesting information, nice share!