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Soured milk stays good for a long time (similarly to cheeses) - pretty much until mold starts forming. It's is a common drink in Eastern Europe, and production is very simple - essentially "happens by itself": if you leave fresh, non-boiled, non-pasteurized milk in room temperature for a couple days, it turns into soured milk. It's used as ingredient for a ...
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