If the thought of adults drinking human breast milk make you cringe, what about the thought of eating fermented human breast milk on your crackers?
The video shows exactly where Human Cheese, a new social enterprise, goes for their product. So whose boobs are you drinking from? Well, according to Treehugger, Human Cheese comes from "excited employees that live fulfilling lives."
"Human dairy, the taste of mother's love" is sure to terrify a lot of people, but then again, these same people should be just as horrified by consuming cow's milk.
"Human cheese is the best cheese I can feed my family," the woman in the video says. "It is formulated for the human mind. It has a unique sweet flavour with rich and creamy undertones and a slight tang that will make your taste buds go wild.
"After I properly milked, the factories get to work, processing and mass producing me."
Le Petit Singly is a farm in France that actually specializes in making human cheese from women's breast milk.
Are people going to begin consuming human dairy because they trust it more? Cow's milk is more often than not laden with growth hormones and other unnatural ingredients.
I have to argue that eating human dairy could not be that much better. We consume antibiotics, junk food, alcohol and breathe in air pollution. The only way I could be persuaded is if the milk came from women who consumed a totally vegan diet and lived far away from any urban centers, drinking only spring water and breathing fresh mountain air.
I wonder if PETA is in support of this...
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