3 edition of Koumiss found in the catalog.
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Bioactive Components in Milk and Dairy Products extensively covers the bioactive components in milk and dairy products of many dairy species, including cows, goats, buffalo, sheep, horse, camel, and other minor species. Park has assembled a group of internationally reputed scientists in the forefront of functional milk and dairy products, food. This section is from the book "Cassell's Cyclopaedia Of Mechanics", by Paul N. Hasluck. Also available from Amazon: Cassell's Cyclopaedia Of Mechanics. Koumiss (spelt also kumyss) is a fermented liquor made originally by the Tartars from mares' milk; a somewhat similar liquor, called lebau or yaourt, is made from cows' milk by the Arabians and.
The book also features comprehensive coverage of compartmentation, host-defense components, factors affecting composition, composition of commercial formulas, and contaminants. Show less This informative treatise offers a concise collection of existing, expert data summarizing the . Pamphlet from the Oaklands Jersey Dairy, advertising the benefits of koumiss, a fermented milk preparation made from cows' milk Tables Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto LibraryPages:
Koumiss (spelled also koumys and kumyss) is milk artificially prepared by simultaneous lactic acid and alcoholic fermentation. It was originally made by the natives in the steppes of southeastern Russia and other eastern countries as a refreshing and slightly intoxicating late years the idea has been advanced that it has some beneficial or curative influence in chronic diseases. Koumiss. Koumiss is a traditional fermented milk product originating in the central Asian steppes and is mostly produced from mare’s milk by spontaneous fermentation of lactose to lactic acid and alcohol (Kosikowski and Mistry, ).Koumiss is milky-gray in color and effervescent, with a sharp alcohol and acidic taste. It contains approximately 2% alcohol, %–% lactic acid, 2% Author: Pranav K. Singh, Nagendra P. Shah.
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Koumiss,or Fermented Mare's Milk, and Its Uses in the Treatment and Cure of Pulmonary Consumption and Other Wasting Diseases Paperback – Aug by George L.
Carrick (Author)Author: George L. Carrick. Koumiss (kumiss, kumys, kumyss) also originated in Russia but is based on mares' milk. bulgaricus and lactose-fermenting yeasts are used in its production.
Ropy milks, popular in Scandinavia, use starters that produce slime (mucus), giving a unique viscous quality to the final product. Koumiss (Classic Reprint) [Oaklands Jersey Dairy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Excerpt from Koumiss The average gain in weight was 8. Lbs: while 18 patients of the gained as much as from 18 lbs.
To 27 lbs. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a. Page 4 - (account of a method of making a wine called by the Tartars Koumiss, with observations on its use in medicine;) Appears in 14 books from Page 10 - the waste that debilitating diseases, whatever be their nature, bring with s: 1.
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‘A fermented horse's milk called kumis in Kazakh is also occasionally drunk at ceremonial occasions.’ ‘The alcoholic content, if any, of root beer is so small that it could be and was recommended by the temperance movement in America, and easily qualifies for inclusion in this book, along with kvass and koumiss and the like.’.
The book's final essay on the Mongol era is Luo Feng's "Liquor Still and Milk-Wine Distilling Technology in the Mongol-Yuan Period." The author considers a Yuan-era bronze still from Inner Mongolia (and an analogous bronze still found in Hebei) to investigate the technical aspects of the instrument and its likely use for the production of koumiss ; drawings and diagrams illustrate the author's points.
Koumiss, or Fermented Mare's Milk, and Its Uses in the Treatment and Cure of Pulmonary Consumption and Other Wasting Diseases Paperback – Import, 1 Jan by George L Author: George L Carrick.
Koumiss definition is - a beverage of fermented mare's milk made originally by the nomadic peoples of central Asia. koumiss (ko͞o`mĭs): see fermented milkfermented milk, whole or skim milk curdled to beverage or custardlike consistency by lactic-acid-producing microorganisms.
Many forms of fermented milk were used by early nomadic herders, especially in Asia and S and E Europe, Scandinavia, Africa, and South America. Click the link for more information. Koumiss (Classic Reprint) [Dairy, Oaklands Jersey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Koumiss (Classic Reprint). Need to Know. Most commercially produced versions of kumis are made with fortified cow's milk.
The real deal is available in rural areas, often known by different names in different : Rachel Rummel. koumiss - Meaning in Estonian, what is meaning of common in Estonian dictionary, audio pronunciation, synonyms and definitions of common in Estonian and English.
and easily qualifies for inclusion in this book, along with kvass and koumiss and the like. (3) Examples of traditional Kyrgyz food include manti (mutton dumplings), irikat (a type. Koumiss is prepared from milk, by the addition of a ferment— some koumiss obtained from a previous fermentation or dried koumiss.
It is allowed to ferment three days at a temperature of from 70° to 80° Fahr. It is then a bluish-white liquid, having a sharp, acidulous. Koumiss, or Fermented Mare's Milk, and Its Uses in the Treatment and Cure of Pulmonary Consumption and Other Wasting Diseases [George L.
Carrick] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
Koumiss, which is simply fermented milk, can easily be made at home after the receipt given below, and can then be had sweet and is much more palatable than the acid koumiss sold at pharmacies.
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Other articles where Koumiss is discussed: Khalkha: mare’s milk, or airag, called kumys in Russian (koumiss). Koumiss The original koumiss is the Russian, made from mare's milk, while that produced in this country and other parts of Europe is usually, probably always, made from cow's milk.
For this reason there is a difference in the preparation which may or may not be of consequence.Kumis. Kumis, also known as koumiss, the ancient beverage which Scythian tribes (Central Asia Steppes) used to drink some 25 centuries ago is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented mare's milk.
Mare's milk is usually not consumed raw, because it tends to have a strong laxative effect, although this effect is sometimes used medically.Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - Koumiss, or fermented mare's milk, and its uses in the treatment and cure of pulmonary consumption and other wasting diseases: with an appendix on the best methods of fermenting cow's milk.