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Forum posts for Would you eat this?

Posted by weberm1 on Mar 10, 2010
ew, no.

Posted by phduffy on Mar 10, 2010

I found a picture of the woman. She is hot.

Posted by Katie on Mar 10, 2010
Yuck, no.

And Who cares if she's hot....I don't prefer my regular cheese from nicer looking cows over ugly ones.

Also, isn't this completely against all health regulations etc? Unless he's pasturizing the milk first maybe.

Posted by bryan on Mar 16, 2010
I am also not sure that the attractiveness of a mother will have any effect on the quality of the milk she produces. I would be more interested to know if she gets plenty of exercise, eats a balanced diet and is mastitis free.

I've had some delicious raw milk cheese, purchased right here in canada. It was all legal, too - no 3 am trips out into the country for me.

http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/securit/kitchen-cuisine/raw-milk-lait-cru-eng.php

Posted by Katie on Mar 17, 2010
actually, that's a good point. The diet of the woman behind the breast milk could have a huge impact on the cheese. So one version you buy is super tasty and the next not to your liking because she was eating too much [blank]. Not a likely product given the woman would have to be forced to eat a consistent (and likely boring) diet to produce a consistent flavour.

Assuming yet again that this is a) not a huge joke and b) a viable product.

Posted by bryan on Mar 18, 2010
Based on the insta-gag when I read the headline and saw the picture, this is definitely not a viable product. It is effective advertising, though.

I'm going to go with [blank] being asparagus, bacon, garlic and waterloo dark. That would produce some nasty ass milk.

Not that I know from experience or anything.