|Well, there go all of my life ambitions...
||[Mar. 28th, 2006|01:08 am]
cannot make human breast milk cheese. Sad. Still, I think if I suddenly found myself with a supply of breast milk, I would be compelled to try it for myself. I would save that third liter for experiments with other dairy products, though.Apparently, you |
Can you still milk them after you shoot them?
Or were you just planning to chew on the blubber? (Mmm... pure fat... *Homer Simpson drooling noises*)
The point of human milk isn't that it's a challenge. The point is...um...well what the point is is beside the point!
But as for milking walruses and elephant seals...yes, you might be able to milk them after you shoot them, but if you can, you can only do it once. That seems a bit wasteful. I'd stick with riding them.
Also, this got me thinking...is buffalo milk less fatty than regular cow milk? It seems like since their meat is leaner, it should be. I wonder if you could make buffalo cheese. And if it's not fatty enough to make cheese with, then perhaps low fat buffalo milk is the next big thing.
I bet you could milk beefalo (I think I heard somewhere about beefalo cheese) but you would probably be pretty crazy to milk a buffalo- I don't know if they would appreciate it very much ;)
2007-06-09 01:52 pm (UTC)
yeah totally i'd go some of that :)
you ever eaten kanagaroo meat? its tasty.
2008-07-12 10:39 am (UTC)
Breast milk cuisine, please, anyone?
Here's wishing the best to all those erotic breast milk delicacies!! Certainly wish to try some, soon!! By the way, i'm a good cook myself. Maybe I could try breast milk "kulfi" which is an indianized version of the "ice cream"..!
Could someone tell me where I could get some human breast milk?
I was also wondering about that....