Booza (Arabic: بوظة) is a kind of Arabic ice cream with a consistency similar to mozzarella cheese. It is produced through a process of pounding and stretching in a freezer drum, instead of the more usual churning method used in other ice creams. Traditionally, booza ingredients include milk, cream, and sugar, with the addition of orchid root flour (sahlab) and a plant resin (mastic).

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  • Booza (Arabic: بوظة) is a kind of Arabic ice cream with a consistency similar to mozzarella cheese. It is produced through a process of pounding and stretching in a freezer drum, instead of the more usual churning method used in other ice creams. Traditionally, booza ingredients include milk, cream, and sugar, with the addition of orchid root flour (sahlab) and a plant resin (mastic). (en)
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  • Booza (Arabic: بوظة) is a kind of Arabic ice cream with a consistency similar to mozzarella cheese. It is produced through a process of pounding and stretching in a freezer drum, instead of the more usual churning method used in other ice creams. Traditionally, booza ingredients include milk, cream, and sugar, with the addition of orchid root flour (sahlab) and a plant resin (mastic). (en)
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