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i read one article on Breast Milk Cheese: Is it disgusting or natural? what's your opinion
Logically speaking, breast-milk cheese is no different than cheese made from cow's milk, goat's milk, yak milk, horse milk, camel milk or cheese made from any other type of milk. In it's barest form, breast-milk cheese is just cheese made from the breast milk of a mammal.
Having said that, I wouldn't eat it!
It's just a cultural "yuck" factor. If someone gave you some at a blind wine and cheese tasting party, you would probably assume it was some exotic French cheese, without foreknowledge.
by sushant1438 years ago
I read the following article on breast milk cheesehttp://www.mahalo.com/breast-milk-cheeseis this really need ?
by Anjili7 years ago
Why ice cream or cheese made from your wife's breast milk? Is it healthy? Are we normal?Is this morally sound?
by Allison Silvestro3 years ago
http://allisonsilvestro.hubpages.com/hu … our-infantCurrently titled How to Pump Breastmilk for Your Infantthings to note:- if I google the title without quotes, it doesn't really come up. There are pages...
by kmergner22 months ago
after I've thawed frozen breast milk, how long will it be safe to give my babyI know that once refridgerated breast milk has been thawed, I can use it within four hours, but I"m wondering if this applies to thawed...
by Peeples6 years ago
Would you ever cook with human breast milk?Do you cook with cow breastmilk?
by Peeples3 years ago
Why do we refer to cow's milk as just milk, but a woman's milk breast milk?Why don't we say cow's breast milk, or cow's teat milk? Is leaving out the source of the milk making it easier for everyone to consume it? Why...
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