Known as Land of Five Animals--sheep, goats, cattle, horses, and camels.
There are some major crops grown in different parts of the country, such as wheat, and a limited variety of vegetables do appear in the markets fairly regularly. While vegetables are usually available, either locally or imported, they still are not popular in the diet. Potatoes, cabbages, onions, garlic, tangerines, apples, cauliflower, radishes, beets, tomatoes, and cucumbers" are seasonal and may only be available in Ulaanbaatar
Butter, yogurt, cheese and milk can be found anywhere
In today's selection -- the Mongols did not just conquer, they completely leveled the civilizations they conquered: "Part of Genghis Khan's strategy was calculated massacre: if a city resisted his armies, once it fell to him -- and they always fell -- he had all the inhabitants slaughtered. The chroniclers' reports of the numbers of dead are staggering; 1,600,000 at Harat in 1220. Rumor reached the Mongol prince Tuli that some had survived there by hiding among the piled corpses, and when he took Nishapur, some time later, he ordered the heads cut off all the bodies. At Nishapur, according to contemporaries, 1,747,000 died.”
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