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Dried camel milk.
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Reviews For Camel Milk Powder
Based on 2 Reviews
I don't think the health benefits are worth it for me to power through the taste... not sure how to describe it but my one year old agrees with me and refuses to drink it. It also seems to have a thicker consistency than cows or goats milk, I don't know if that's unique to camel milk or just powdered camel milk (that I shook in a jar to prepare, like the instructions said to). I force myself to drink my money spent...Not very motivated to try fresh camels milk after this...
- Jeanny Hah
Expensive but delicious!
This is like a less sweet, less rich version of cow's whole milk. Delicious! Surprisingly, there is no strange flavor, like with goat's milk. In fact, if you told me that this was cow's milk, I wouldn't think twice.
I also love that this is freeze dried, so I can add a spoonful of powder to my coffee and drink it in little portions instead of having to drink fresh milk quickly before it spoils. It also tastes great as a warm cup before bed or mixed with cold water to eat with cereal.
Be warned that this a small bag, though. The price is expensive for 8 full servings (~$8/cup), but I personally think it's worth it because I use only a small spoonful every day (so it will last me a while). For avid milk drinkers, maybe the health benefits from drinking this are worth the cost? I've only just started drinking this, so I can't speak about the health benefits yet!
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