Olympic Boxing Team Uses Fermented Milk and Nomadic Food to Boost Stamina

Kazakhstan are pinning their hopes of Olympic boxing gold on traditional nomadic fare and will ship horse meat and kymyz (fermented mare's milk) to Athens to boost their fighters' stamina. Kazakh boxing team coach Yermakhan Ibraimov, who won gold as a light-middleweight in Sydney in 2000, confessed plain yet energizing nomadic food had been the key to his own success. The slightly heady, centuries-old kymyz is fermented mare's milk, treasured by the Kazakhs as a fizzy cold drink in the...

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