Camel’s milk does not curdle


Camels’ milk doesn’t curdle like cows’ milk and stays fresh longer than cow’s milk when kept in the fridge. This may be a result of its unique casein micelles, the multi-molecular structure formed by caseins and held together by calcium.

Camel milk is not only low in fat and full of vitamin C, but it doesn’t curdle in the stomach. Therefore, it’s easy for the body to process it.