Why ice cream or cheese made from your wife's breast milk? Is it healthy? Are we normal?
Is this morally sound?
That would have to be a lot of breast milk. Morally sound? I have no idea, but I do have to say it is a bit creepy as breast milk is intended to feed our infants, not the entire family.
Well, I am told it's rather sweet, and it does have a lower fat content than cow's milk. I suppose as long as she's healthy then it's healthy, being as it is intended to feed humans (albeit younger ones, but I don't exactly toe the line on that one either). I'm with duffsmom, though, that would be a LOT of breast milk! I do know some people that can produce it, but for most women it seems to be quite a lot of work to get more than a couple ounces at a time. My husband claims that if I could come up with more he'd even put it in his coffee .
Please don't get mad at me when I say this, I don't wish to offend. But I don't care how nutritious it is or how good it tastes, I think that is disgusting. Sorry.
just the thought of it, upset my stomach, breast milk is for babies,
and it should be given to babies, not for cheese of icecream
as far as i am concern, it pure disgusting.
EWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!! No, you're not normal. Sorry, but I have to be honest and if we consider normal to be the "norm" then you fall outside of it. That said, I firmly believe that whatever happens between consenting adults is their business and if you wish to partake in said product, that's up to you. Suddenly very happy that I am DAIRY FREE.
by sushant143 8 years ago
I read the following article on breast milk cheesehttp://www.mahalo.com/breast-milk-cheeseis this really need ?
by Peeples 4 years ago
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by Peeples 6 years ago
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by kmergner 2 years ago
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by Dame Scribe 6 years ago
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by hujahangir 7 years ago
what is better breast milk or cow milk for baby
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