I'm Eating What?! Cultured Horse and Camel Milk Drinks
We'll stick with the cow juice, thanks.
Photo by Riki Altman
Yes, the whole aim of this column is to chomp down on unusual things, swallow, research and report. But when something smells so gawd-awful that it makes me want to wretch -- no gig is worth that. (My friend and fellow taster, a particularly vociferous bacon-lover, even pulled the Jew card as an excuse for not trying the products, claiming they weren't kosher. Girl, puuuuhhhlleeease.)
"No. It's milk."
"No. Milk from horse. Milk from camel."
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