millet flour, butter milk, kefir, sourmilk.

The Kama is prepared with a combination of roasted and finely milled flour types, usually oat, rye, barley, and pea flour. The mixture is then blended with dairy products such as buttermilk, kefir, or sour milk in order to create a creamy dish similar to porridge, or a thinner variation that is usually enjoyed as a drink. Kama is usually served as a nutritious breakfast or a healthy dessert that is often sweetened and complemented by fruits.

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