Camels are being hailed in the Horn of Africa, where temperatures average above 86 degrees Fahrenheit (30 ºC). Camels are known for their ability to withstand droughts. International aid agencies warn climate change makes drought and humanitarian disasters highly possible in Africa. As the earth heats up, cows are not a sustainable option, camel milk, on the other hand, dubbed “white gold” by food experts could be the solution.
From camel to cup: Camel milk froths hopes in drought-hit Kenya
Adela Suliman reports from Kenya for Thomson Reuters Foundation
Some sip camel milk lattes or “camelcinos” in trendy cafes in Nairobi’s central business district. READ: http://bit.ly/2o9fW9t