Rising Camel Meat Consumption

Camel farming in Iran


Dr. Mohandes


by Dr. Mohandes on

Do you mean to say that they won't even have mercy on their own brethrens? 

Hmm...i hope i will be around to see that glorious moment... 


Slaughtering camels

by maghshoosh on

While the posted TV report touts the benefits of marketing camel meat (religiously-sanctioned source of national income), one may wonder if the following clips are typical of the slaughtering practices.  [Graphic content]



In a group:




by yolanda on

Apparently, camel milk is good stuff:

Nutritional fact of camel milk:

  • Camel milk is low in lactose compared with cows’ milk. However, levels of potassium, magnesium, iron, copper, manganese, sodium and zinc are higher than in cows’ milk.
  • Cholesterol in camel milk is lower than cow or goat milk.
  • Camel milk is 3 times higher in vitamin C than cow’s milk and 10 times higher in iron.
  • It is also high in unsaturated fatty acids and B vitamins but less in vitamin A and B2.
  • The fat content in camel’s milk is similar to that of cow’s milk.
  • Camel milk is rich potassium, iron and minerals such as sodium and magnesium.
    • Camel milk is supposed a precautionary in ulcers.
    • Regular intake of camel milk helps to control blood sugar levels.
    • Camel milk helps in reducing coronary heart disease.
    • Camel milk also benefits in infection, tuberculosis, gastro-enteritis, etcetera and cancer. Immunoglobulin is the substance in the camel milk that contributes to immunity against infection.
    • Camel milk is also supposed to be a new Viagra.
    • Camel´s milk cures severe food allergies and rehabilitates the immune system in children.
    • Camel´s milk has a number of antibodies that are compatible with human ones and very small molecules that can easily enter the bloodstream by the intestines.




Wow! Maybe we should forget about cow milk and switch to camel milk!

Masoud Kazemzadeh

تحریم‌ها کمی‌

Masoud Kazemzadeh

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shotor jan

by choghok on

i guess sanctions have started make iri looking for alternatives.



by yolanda on

Is the rising of camel meat consumption related to sanctions?

Mohammad Ala

Go Veggie

by Mohammad Ala on

Barbie veggie's.  Yum

P.S.: Horse or Pig meat are any better than Camel meat"  Just asking.



by onlyinamrica on

180000 NAFAR shotor? Left over from tazi era?


Put a Camie on the Barbie, Mate!

by Faramarz on