Milk film which is also known as Milk leather refers to one of Mongolia's dairy products. To make this Milk film, people heat fresh milk in a pot at low temperatures stirring it until it foams. Then they cool it and a layer of cream coagulates on top. This layer is removed as a film or skin and air-dried in a well ventilated place. The process is similar to how the Han people make bean curd sticks.

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