Taste Test: Breast Milk Cheese
It's not so great, according to one food critic
By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff
Posted Mar 10, 2010 12:57 PM CST
She could have made cheese with that milk instead.   (©diluvi)

(Newser) – Longtime restaurant critic Gael Greene did not race to Daniel Angerer's Klee Brasserie for a serving of his wife's breast milk cheese, but she nonetheless found herself squeamishly preparing for a taste test. Though the Health Department banned him from serving it after a New York Post article, Angerer gives Greene a taste—nested on pickle rounds and a thin slice of bread—from his "private stash," she writes for the Daily Beast. Her verdict? "Eeeeew!"

"Surprise. It’s not the flavor that shocks me—indeed, it is quite bland, slightly sweet, the mild taste overwhelmed by the accompanying apricot preserves and a sprinkle of paprika," she continues. "It’s the unexpected texture that’s so off-putting. Strangely soft, bouncy, like panna cotta." She does award Angerer points for being "adventurous." Coming next, if the chef's wife, Lori Mason, has her way: breast milk gelato.

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joycloud
Aug 21, 2011 11:38 PM CDT
The thought of tasting my own breast milk sickened me, I couldn't imagine tasting somebody elses. I'm with this chick, ewwww
kati
Mar 11, 2010 4:07 PM CST
Don't see the outrage over this. It's certainly more natural for humans than any form of dairy from a cow, goat, dog, or any other non-human animal.
Riffran
Mar 11, 2010 11:08 AM CST
uhhhh .....pass......I prefer it straight rom the tap..(lol)....Never actually (to my knowledge) have had breast milk..But I do know the logistics behind cheese making....it takes an awful lot of milk to produce a small amount of cheese. What a waste of volume that could go toward feeding many infants that need mothers milk...they should donate to La Leche or some like organization, do some good