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There are many possible shapes for chura kampo. Small pieces of Chura kampo are eaten similarly to how candy bars are eaten in Western countries. This cheese is composed of little chunks of dried hard cheese that last long when it is chewed.
- Dorje, Rinjing (1985) Food in Tibetan Life, Banyan Press, ISBN 0-907325-26-2, page 96
- Allen, Bryan and Silvia, Kaas maken en Bai-cultuur Tibetan cheese
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