'The camels are coming! Actually, they're already here. In fact, the current camel population in the U.S. is approximately 5,000 and predicted to increase. Why is that, you wonder? Scientists are touting camel's milk as an amazing superfood, so American entrepreneurs and farmers are gearing up to meet the anticipated demand.
Although still considered an exotic beverage by the majority of Americans, camel's milk has been a staple in most Arab countries for centuries. Be warned though, camel's milk has a distinct taste that's slightly saltier and more watery than other, more familiar milk varieties.
Not surprisingly, the Amish are ahead of the camel curve and have spearheaded several camel dairy farms. They are major proponents of the healthy healing powers of camel's milk, especially its ability to help improve symptoms in children afflicted with autism and attention deficit disorder.'