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Camel milk has supported nomad and pastoral cultures since the domestication of camels millennia ago. Herders may for periods survive solely on the milk when taking the camels on long distances to graze in desert and arid environments.


HERE is a great peer reviewed report about the awesomeness of #CamelMilk

The camel dairy farming industry has grown in Australia and the United States, as an environmentally-friendly alternative to cow, camel farming using a species well-adapted to arid regions.

Camel milk has different nutritional characteristics from cow milk, but the proportions of nutrients can be highly variable based on a number of factors, including type and age of camel, climate, what it eats, and milking method. It can be used to make products such as yoghurt and ice cream, but is not so easily turned into butter or cheese.

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