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What’s black and tastes like goat? Kalo Masu, obviously.

It’s a simple idea really: stirring diced goat in a giant pot for hours until it blackens—hence called Kalo Masu—and then mixed with about a dozen spices and a whole lot of ghee. What’s black and tastes like goat? Kalo Masu, obviously.
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Goat
Published at : April 4, 2019
Updated at : April 5, 2019 07:14
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Goat

Goat is the Post’s resident expert on all things cabrito—both alive and the ones slow-cooking in a pot. Goat occasionally writes about the art of (and recipes for) cooking, um, goats.


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