The Traditional Mongolian Ger Home, Consuming Horse Meat Referred to as “Cold Meat”, the Humane Method Mongolian Farmers Use to Kill Livestock, the Importance of Blood Within Mongolian Culture, Blood Utilized as a Food Resource, the Traditional Mongolian Deel Garment, Tossing Milk to the Great Spirit of the Sky, Traditional Mongolian Religion, and Migration Rates of Nomadic Mongolians

Traditional Mongolian homes are tents which are referred to as “ger”. Ger’s are used by both nomadic farmers as well as permanent homes for villagers alike. In Mongolia, horse is traditionally eaten during the winter months, and is referred to as a “cold meat”. The traditional method to slaughtering livestock is to hold it down, make a small incision in its abdomen followed by separating the heart from the circulatory system. It’s an incredibly quick process which if done right is a very humane ...

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