Cheese-making is a prehistoric craft. Cheese is usually made from animal milk, from cows, goats or sheep. Archaeological evidence suggests that milk production is likely to be as old as the domestication of sheep. Secure evidence in the form of milk fat residues in strainers and pots dates as early as BC in Poland Salque et al.
New Yorkers sample cheese made from human breast milk
Do People Make Cheese From Human Breast Milk?
Human cheese is one of those topics you wish would just go away. Further, fresh human ricotta with no preservatives, even when refrigerated, would go bad in a couple of days. Yes, a mother can continue lactating after the baby is weened, but what mom in her right mind wants to do that regularly — with the attendant pain, chapping, and leakage — to produce breast-milk cheese as a kind of culinary stunt? Last week, Fork in the Road published a report on a company in London that was making human ice cream.
Five Reasons Why Manufacturing Human Breast Milk Cheese Is Disgusting
Cheese lovers will delight in Collin's Mozzarella making tutorial. Here's one however that will likely leave you: Scratching your head. Or, should you be a lactating lady concerned about wasting perfectly good breast milk, ready to roll up your sleeves and whip up some very local fromage. They first planned on donating it to an infant milk bank collecting for babies in Haiti. But with required long check-ups and a small freezer, the milk was accumulating fast.
And what about ice cream? Has anyone ever Has anyone ever made cheese out of human breast milk? I live in southern Italy, where they make cheese out of everything else.
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