Move over beef and bison – camel is on the rise as the other, leaner red meat

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Taco Tuesday could soon be followed by Camel 'Hump Day' at the dinner table, as camel meat is growing in popularity.
People all around the world have been eating camel for centuries, applauding its low fat and high protein content.
Our Australian friends have been chowing down on camel for the past few years, after a recent campaign there to thin out the growing one-million humped herd that run wild down under.