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Bodog, the Goatmurder Slideshow

In the heart of the Mongolian winter, photographer Khasar Sandag accompanied correspondent Brett Forrest to a traditional encampment on the Steppes to witness bodog, a feast prepared by cooking a goat in its own skin using hot rocks, blowtorches, and a very sharp knife.

Read Brett’s Roads & Kingdoms feature on making and eating bodog for more.


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