The moment I thought of this, I realized that someone would have put something on the internet about it.
I was watching a video where a woman was talking and milking goats, and she had a bit of jiggle going on, which got me thinking about the possibility of human breast milk being used for making cheese. Here's the recipe.
Has anyone ever seen the Thanksgiving episode of Marry Me (Season 1 Episode 5, Thank Me)? One person coming calls dibs on bringing cheese and crackers to make it easy on himself, but then falls in with the wrong cheese crowd and gets in deep, bringing highly specialized cheeses....cave cheese and human cheese :) Very funny.
Biochar maker/enthusiast whose mind wants to dance, but whose body is a really awkward white guy.
Pics of my Forest Garden
Location: Victoria British Columbia-Canada
posted 4 months ago
These fellows know a thing or two about not letting things to go to waste. They are attending a festival in the highlands of New Guinea. Although cannibalism is officially banned, they still have the festival. Judging from the quality of the drawings, I'd say somebody has a pretty good idea of what lies beneath the skin.
You're not done until somebody mentions cannibalism. Somebody's at the door...... it was my case of Soylent Green. Thank you Amazon.
It's just a flesh wound! Or a tiny ad:
Heat your home with the twigs that naturally fall of the trees in your yard