Would you ever cook with human breast milk?
Do you cook with cow breastmilk?
I'm a mother of two and breastfed both children for several months, but it never even crossed my mind to cook with human breast milk.
I guess you potentially could, but why would you do that? I suspect many of the great nutritional and chemical values of the precious breast milk might get lost during the cooking process...
I'm curious to find out if anyone even tried.
Interesting question... Even during the time when my wife was breastfeeding it never came to my mind to use breast milk for cooking.
I usually love to try new things when it comes to food, however, I don't think I would try this one. Go for it and let me know how it was.
i read in a newspaper in which a person shared that he had tea in which he put her wife milk ........
cant comment about taste ............ lols
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