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Ever Heard of Breast milk ice cream?

Posted by Non-Hamster on March 4th, 2011

I know *I* have never heard of Breast Milk Ice Cream before that's for certain!

Apparently however, it's for real.  Or at least it was until London officials confiscated the supply of the ice cream that a London shop was marketing under the name "Baby Gaga".

They said that it was unsafe because viruses such as hepatitis can be passed on through breast milk.  The company said that they screened the milk with the same requirements used for screening blood donors before it was pasteurized and churned with vanilla beans and lemon zest.

I have to say that it's more than a bit pricey.  It is served in a martini glass and sells for 14 pounds (That's about $22.50 USD).

What I'd like to know however is just exactly what it is that made anybody think that this would be any kind of a good idea at all.

Frankly, this has GOT to be one of the fraking weirdest ideas I've heard of in a LONG time and trust me, I've heard some real whoppers in my 51 years.  I mean, I thought Nutjob Hills had a lot of "eccentric" people. London must be packed to the gills with 'em!

Oh, and if you think I'm making this up, read the AP story about it here

Technorati Tags: milk, london, breast milk, baby gaga, weird, bizarre, strange, breast, ice cream, wtf, odd

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