Start with fresh camel milk from your trusted market, add chocolate syrup and enjoy a sweet chocolatey delicious twist on camel milk.
Camel milk is the staple of the desert nomads’ diet and is the main source of water standing off dehydration and hunger in the harsh desert climate of Africa.
|Sweet Chocolate Camel Milk Recipe|
Most camels’ milk is consumed raw, unpasteurized, or soured, it has a sweet and sharp taste, but sometimes it is salty however, the type of food and the amount of drinking water consumed by the camel cause the changes in taste. Camels can yield ample amounts of milk in dry desert regions where other animals such as cows and sheep’s and goats have very low production.
Camels' milk is naturally acidic having a pH between 6.5–6.7. Due to the natural high acidic nature of camel milk and the desert environment usually associated with nomads.
According to USA Today, camel farms with breeding camels are adopting camel milking programs in the states of Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania, with new milking programs set to open in Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. The camel population in the U.S. is estimated at 5,000.
Sweet Chocolate Camel Milk Recipe
3 cups camel milk
1/2 cup water
2 tablespoons chocolate syrup
1/2 cup white sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Add milk and water into a large pot and boil 5 minutes, add chocolate, sugar and vanilla stir well. Remove from heat. Drink warm or cold.
Medical studies may suggest camels milk promote particular antibodies and may be a natural remedy for treating autism spectrum disorder. Parents who give their children a certain amount of camel milk daily have reported better sleep, increased motor planning abilities and spatial awareness, more eye contact, better language, as well as less gastrointestinal problems. However, more studies are still being conducted on autism spectrum disorder being helped by camel milk.