Que vaut le lait de chamelle sur le plan nutritionnel ?

Par Dr Mounir Belkouch Publié le 04/09/2020 Mis à jour le 04/09/2020 Edition Abonné
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Peu consommé en France, mais très prisé en Afrique du Nord et au Moyen-Orient, le lait de chamelle possède des caractéristiques nutritionnelles et un goût intéressants qui gagnent à être connus.

Le lait de chamelle fait partie du régime alimentaire de nombreuses populations depuis la domestication des chameaux survenue il y a des siècles. C'est un aliment de base très prisé par de nombreuses populations, du Sahara occidental à la Mongolie. Il est notamment riche en vitamines, protéines et...

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