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$400? Yak butter is butter made from the milk of the domesticated yak (Bos grunniens). It is a staple food item and trade item for herding communities in south Central Asia and the Tibetan Plateau. Many different political entities have communities of herders who produce and consume yak dairy products including cheese and butter. Yak milk has about twice the fat content of cow milk, producing a butter with a texture closer to cheese.  - Made in China, early 20th century

$400? Yak butter is butter made from the milk of the domesticated yak (Bos grunniens). It is a staple food item and trade item for herding communities in south Central Asia and the Tibetan Plateau. Many different political entities have communities of herders who produce and consume yak dairy products including cheese and butter. Yak milk has about twice the fat content of cow milk, producing a butter with a texture closer to cheese. - Made in China, early 20th century

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historical-chickens: To accompany their story on the history of the chicken as food item, Smithsonian magazine dressed up a few birds as historical figures. Spanning the 10,000 years since the chicken has been used in a culinary capacity, we get the poultry version of anyone from Julius Caesar and Abe Lincoln, to Napoleon.

To accompany their story on the history of the chicken as food item, Smithsonian magazine dressed up a few birds as historical figures.

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