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 don't we just say human milk instead of breast milk? (I know, weird question, random thought)
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I agree 100%. Personally I kind of wonder why drinking human milk past infant years wasn't chosen over drinking infant cow milk. What made us determine which was suitable for adults?
I think the human lifestyle doesn't really allow for continuous production of milk. Imagine all of the work that would go into pumping enough milk for your entire family? And I wouldn't want to be lactating for the rest of my life.
Ok then why don't we just say human milk? Why is the norm to say breast milk?