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Home to one of the world’s most unique cheeses, have you ever tasted Kalari? Known as the mozzarella of Kashmir, it is made of cow or goat milk and has a stretchy and dense texture, with a mild mozzarella-like flavour. Kalari was traditionally made from raw full fat milk, vigorously churned in an iron pot with a wooden plunger-like tool, an intrinsic part of Jammu and Kashmir cuisine. Since the ambient temperature in the mountains remains low despite a strong sun, the Kalari would dry from the outside yet remain moist inside. This delectable cheese definitely tastes best when paired with a marvellous view of Kashmir’s snow-covered peaks and a plateful of fresh mountain apples.