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- noun A
yoghurt-like dairyproduct, made from fermentedcow's milk in Armeniaand Georgia, of Armenian origin
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Buttermilk, kumiss, and matzoon are often agreeable and beneficial to the sick; by some, they are more easily digested than whole milk.
Later in older children, raw beef, eggs, boiled milk, kumyss, or matzoon and gruels may be given.
Kumyss, buttermilk, matzoon, bacillac, and other fermented milks are better borne than plain milk.
Malted milk, kumyss, or matzoon may be given in place of milk.
Later kumyss or matzoon can be tried, and finally thin gruels made with milk.
-- Sour milk, buttermilk, sour cream, kumyss, matzoon, zoolac, and similar products shall not be made from any milk of a less grade than that designated for Grade B and shall be pasteurized before being put through the process of souring.
We have known patients to take kindly to an exclusive diet of kumyss, or matzoon, or predigested foods, with stale toast or zwieback, to which can be added stewed fruits.