Breast milk cheese
The benefits of breast milk are countless for babies, but I couldn't help but be surprised to read that a New York chef has added a cheese made from breast milk to his menu. For more details, it is made with the breast milk that his wife had left over.
Obviously, it has become news with a multitude of detractors and followers. The chef, owner of Klee Brasserie, says that it tastes like cheese made from cow's milk, but sweeter. He also comments that its flavor varies, it depends on what you accompany it with or what the mother eats.
Those who have tried it, who are very few customers, say that it tastes like provolone cheese and that it is very rich. However, critics have been fiercely pounced on it, since according to medical sources the consumption of breast milk could expose consumers to infectious diseases such as HIV or hepatitis. Would you eat it?
Via | News telecinco
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