Breast Milk Ice Cream

February 25, 2011 by Post Team 

Breast Milk Ice Cream, Restaurant in London is selling ice cream made with breast milk given by a British mother to the “quite natural” treat. The lounge is Icecreamists price of the new flavor, which is named “Baby Gaga”, at £ 14 (and 23). Mixtures of new recipe breast milk with vanilla beans from Madagascar and lemon zest, which is then freshly churned into ice cream. Victoria Hiley, 35, mother of one of Leeds donated a liter of milk from her breasts Icecreamists after seeing an advertisement on Mumsnet parent Web site.

“Where is the harm in using my property for a little extra money?” British Journal Metro Hiley cited as saying. “There is nothing more natural than mother’s milk costs. Victoria works with women who have problems breast-feeding their babies. The show pays pounds for every 10 ounces of milk. 15 mothers already have volunteered to donate their breast milk.

To maintain the highest standards, health checks for every woman who is breastfeeding are the same used by the British National Service of Health to screen blood donors.

Icecreamists founder Matt O’Connor, 44, is convinced that his new ice cream to go with clients.

And no, this desert is not to breastfeed babies. This ice cream will be marketed to adults. Breast milk is supposedly sweeter than cow’s milk.

The idea is that breast milk ice cream will naturally be softer and therefore healthier. The name of the ice cream is “Baby Gaga” and will sell for a huge, 23,00. Waitresses dressed like Popstar, Lady Gaga wearing masks, serve it.

The ice cream is made from vanilla beans, lemon zest and milk.

Customers will be able to add the whiskey ice cream.

The restaurant is compensation for mothers to express milk.

Some people object to human milk in ice cream, even though the cows were connected to machines for decades expressing milk.

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