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Rubing (Chinese: 乳饼; pinyin: rǔbǐng) is a firm, acid-set, non-melting, fresh goat milk farmer cheese made in the Yunnan Province of China by people of the Bai and Sani (recognized as a branch of the Yi in China) minorities. Its Bai name is youdbap, meaning "goat's milk".
Preparation and serving
Rubing is most often steamed with local ham or salt beef, or sometimes served pan fried with salt and chilli. It may also be stir fried with vegetables (typically a mix of broccoli and carrot), in a similar manner to how mainland Chinese rural cuisine tends to stir-fry harder forms of tofu.photo Rarely it is pan fried and served with alternative flavourings such as málà powder.
Relationship to other cheeses
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