I read the following article on breast milk cheese
is this really need ?
This is an un-savory topic - its like women eating their after birth which happens in some countries - disgusting - I think some people are seeking attention and that is why they engage in this type of activity......food perverts...
Meh milk is milk I guess, Doesn't appeal to me too much in theory, bu then again I regularly drink a creamy liquid sucked out of a cows tit, so who am I to judge?
It is good thing that they want to freeze it and send it to feed infant babies in Haiti, but making cheese out of breast milk!! It’s really weird.
if the woman it comes from has poor hygiene, will the cheese come in brie flavor??
Yes I'm always careful about 'borrowing' milk from the fridge at work. "That milk in the strange plastic container tastes a little odd .."
then you remember that Carla collects breast milk to take home so her husband can feed the baby too.
Breast milk in coffee is not good!
Odd, but I think it's funny how eating cow milk cheese, which is hard for many people to digest, is ok...but something that we are supposed to eat, like breast milk, cheese form or not, is taboo when you hit a certain age. A cow's milk is not.
I had some the other day.....made me talk funny. "gaa gaa, goo goo"
Yea saw it on TV...personally not for me...
Objectively I guess its a choice tween , a cow, a goat or a human...um Id have to been reeeeeeally hungyyy...reeaallly get paid to eat it ,like fear factor
Properly prepared almost anything could taste good. Personally I think the effort to obtain the base product is the most fun!
What about mothers breastfeeding babies that are not biologically their own?
Same thing to me.
If it came down to survival, makes sense to me
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by sushant143 12 years ago
i read one article on Breast Milk Cheese: Is it disgusting or natural? what's your opinion
by hujahangir 11 years ago
what is better breast milk or cow milk for baby
by Allison Silvestro 7 years ago
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by Peeples 7 years ago
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by Anjili 11 years ago
Why ice cream or cheese made from your wife's breast milk? Is it healthy? Are we normal?Is this morally sound?
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