Goat Cheese, Blue Cheese ... Breast Milk Cheese?


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Yum ... breast milk cheese

One of the artists at a food-inspired exhibit at an art gallery in London recently served art-goers a different sort of snack: crackers with breast milk cheese. Mexican artist, Raul Ortega Ayala used donated breast milk to create his latest culinary offering to the art world. The cheese wasn't just for eating, it was his exhibit—he named it "Alejandra Ortiz-Reynoso" after the woman that donated the milk. The piece was meant to “explore our first encounter with food emphasising its territoriality and boundaries." I'd be curious to read the reviews!


Have you ever made cheese with your breast milk? Have you ever eaten breast milk cheese? Would you try it?

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