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  • #16
    StickyPeas, yes, they are fat and therefore excellent sources of energy. I try to avoid eating too much fat and camel meat is not part of my diet.
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    • #17
      Camel meat is permissible but I think it's generally perceived as a somewhat inferior form of meat (very dry I think).
      Most Muslims prefer goat, lamb, beef and white meats.
      Camel milk is used however.
      But as one of the brothers/sisters has already said, the camel's value lies in other uses e.g transportation primarily.
      Of course, camel meat is obviously superior to pork, horses etc.
      Last edited by Bilquis; 02-08-02, 12:38 AM.
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      • #18
        Salaam Alaikum,

        I had a camel meat kofta while I was in transit in Eqypt a while back . Next day I had the most painful stomach-ache in my life
        whilst flying back to London.

        Guess its an acquired taste....

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        • #19
          Walakium salam wr wb bruv O,

          You poor thing akhi; found out the hard way huh? ;)
          And in transit back to Londres... No more koftas for you, hehehe


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          • #20
            SA Sis,

            I think it was harder for the fellow passengers,
            I dont think any of em flew Egypt Air again

            :D


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