Kama refers to the following: 1. traditional Estonian thick dessert drink made with sour milk (keefir), and a mixture of ground grains - rye, oat barley, and pea flour;. 2. a special flour that is made from a mixture of grains and legumes, dried, roasted then ground. This flour is then mixed with sour milk or cream and lightly flavored with salt or sugar to form a soup consistency. This cold soup is used throughout the summer in Estonia as a refreshing snack or beverage;. 3. is the name for the pot used for rice cooking in Japan, however, in many modern Japanese homes today, Kama has been replaced by the electric rice cooker which is accurate for rice cooking and excellent for rewarming rice;. 4. is the kettle used to boil water for tea which are usually made of cast iron.
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