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Is fermented camel milk vegan?

Fermented camel milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fermented camel milk?

Fermented camel milk is a traditional and nutrient-rich ingredient that has been consumed for centuries in arid regions of the world. This milk is sourced from camels, which are known for their ability to survive in harsh desert climates. The fermentation process enhances the milk's flavor and increases its shelf life, while also providing beneficial bacteria that promote gut health. Fermented camel milk has a tangy, slightly sour taste and is rich in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. It is often used as a base for drinks and dishes, such as yogurt, cheese, and smoothies, and is popular among those seeking an alternative to cow's milk.

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