Suzma refers to Uzbekistan's strained clotted milk similar to cottage cheese , which are eaten plain, added in salads, or added to soups and main dishes, resulting in a unique and delicious flavor. Central Asia including Uzbekistan has a reputation for the richness and delicacy of its fermented dairy products and one of it is the Suzma.

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