How does camel milk taste compared to cow milk?
My inability to describe in full the set of sensations that constitute "tasting camel milk" is yet more evidence of the claim that language did not
evolve for communicative purposes: rather, it evolved to serve an inner, computational function with externalization of thought a mere by-product.
But anyway, here's my best attempt: camel milk is very much like skim milk, but with a "camely" taste that is perhaps best described as a minute but still perceptible saltiness. It isnt "gamey" in the slightest -- we're talking about a pasteurized supermarket product in the UAE, not Bedouin-style "straight from the tap" camel milk -- and I think that if you swapped someone's skim milk for camel milk for their morning cereal or some such, they might not tell the difference.
Its macronutrient ratios are similar enough to cow milk that we can simply treat them as equivalent. Probably its defining property, though, is its ease of digestion
for persons with lactose issues.