Cardamom and Yoghurt Cooler  

Yogurt-based drinks, including Indian lassis, Turkish ayran, Persian doogh, Iraqi Shinna, and Bangladeshi borhani  

They are popular for their flavour and the relaxing anti-inflammatory effects they are claimed to have on the body  

Yoghurt drinks have existed for ages. Historians have discovered signs of ayran and lassis dating back as early as 1000 BC.  

Yoghurt drinks range in thickness; some are made with flat or carbonated water, while others are just blended.   

They can be sweet or savoury, and are flavoured with spices such as saffron, cardamom, or rosewater, as well as herbs, particularly fresh or dried mint.   

They are also frequently combined with cucumbers or fruit, including mangoes, strawberries, bananas, and pineapple.  

Yoghurt drinks are refreshing and easy to create. While most of these beverages are produced by combining common components such as water  

Labneh, a tangy yoghurt mainstay in Middle Eastern cuisine, serves as the foundation for this refreshing drink. Labneh, or labne, is a strained yoghurt.  

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