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Sus' on September 13, 2010

Мняяяяяяяяяям..... Пенки!.... Поджаристые!....

Нраааааааааааааааааавится.....

©polytropos on September 13, 2010

Great colours and structures!
... and it seems, that Sus likes it too. ;-))

Sus' on September 13, 2010

Surely, you know that it is delicious - milk, languishes in the oven?? ;)))

©polytropos on September 13, 2010

Hm, interpreting "languish" correctly, I'm not sure anymore about that. ;-))

Sus' on September 13, 2010

Damn ... How to explain? ;))) When the milk is in the stove for a long time at the same temperature ... but not boiling ....

©polytropos on September 13, 2010

Ah, you mean tempered a bit? Just like it comes freshly from the cow?

Sus' on September 13, 2010

No .... In general, we need to bring milk to a boil, then put in the oven in a pot at a temperature where it does not boil, but only slightly swaying ... And wait for 4-5 hours ....

©polytropos on September 13, 2010

Ah, you mean a kind of pasteurisation to make it tenable?
But for pasteurization, after heating it will be cooled down again ...

Sus' on September 13, 2010

.......... but veeeeeeeeeeeeeery tasty ............. ;))))

©polytropos on September 13, 2010

Maybe I know from Nepal. They drink butter milk. But it's made from butter which is enriched with lactobacillus.
I din't like it. :)

Sus' on September 13, 2010

No. Only milk. Nothing superfluous ....

Frofro on September 16, 2010

топленое молоко.из русской печки.обожаю.

Sus' on September 16, 2010

Снова начинается обильное слюноотделение ;)))

©polytropos on September 16, 2010

... hopefully not in the jar.

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