Mar 10, 2010 6:20PM
I won't even try my own so its a resounding no from me
Mar 10, 2010 11:45AM
eeeeewwwww, it tastes rank i cant imagine it would be any better as a cheese!!
Mar 10, 2010 12:00PM
Mar 10, 2010 12:10PM
I quite liked the taste of my booby juice actually
but I think that breastmilk cheese is taking it a little to far ...
Mar 10, 2010 2:37PM
Lol no I wouldn't! Makes me feel a bit funny actually and I love bf'ing. Is it an early April Fool?? x
Mar 10, 2010 3:11PM
thats soooo wrong!!
Mar 10, 2010 4:30PM
Eeeoooo, why would someone even TRY to make this??? Mad!
Mar 10, 2010 4:37PM
i dont think so - although my milk only really tasted like a sweet version of cows milk i cant see me wanting to eat it as a cheese.
Mar 10, 2010 4:42PM
actually.....thinking about it i remember reading or hearing soewhere something about breastmilk is the only milk that acn not be made into cheese because the fat content is too low. .. in fact i think it was on an episode of come dine with me and the woman was some cheese expert and they kept talking about cheese lol, so perhaps it is an april fool, like the spaghetti trees lol.
Mar 10, 2010 4:43PM
I am a huge supporter in bf, and I think if a husband wants to try bm I think that's ok.. but making it into cheese and giving it to strangers... a bit too far.
Mar 10, 2010 5:01PM
"It turned out that breast milk can not curdle, because the protein content is lower,"
"In Costa Rica, there have been trials to produce cheese and custard from human milk as an alternative to weaning."
i'm assuming that last quote is suggesting that those trails were not succesful, or it wld say they were??? and i can't read the trail my self as they're all in spanish. xx
Mar 10, 2010 6:20PM
I was only saying to DH yesterday that we'd have to make some ice cream from BM for LO as she won't be old enough for real ice cream in the summer and I didn't want her to miss out - but I was joking... this must be an early April fool - surely
? It looks like regular goat's cheese in the picture.
Mar 13, 2019 9:59AM
Colic & reflux! Help!
Hi all! My LO is 3 weeks & 1 day. Around 11 days ago, I recognised signs of colic and my HV confirmed she believed he was suffering with colic too. It always began at 9pm for a few hours. We changed baby bottles and began giving him Infacol. We noticed a slight improvement but he was still screaming! We battled on as Infacol takes a while to work. Sunday evening he began crying at 6pm and it carried on all night and at 10:30am on Monday, I took him to the doctors, still crying and screaming 😭. The minute the doctor called us, he fell asleep. She thinks he also has reflux so gave us infant gaviscon. She recommended us trying Colic cow & gate also. So, we began with Gaviscon and started Colief instead (the dr didn’t rate Infacol).. with the new milk and he slept wonderfully! The bout of colic that evening lasted 20 mins and that was it! Next night (last night), it came back with a vengeance. He’s screamed all night, he’s refused milk, he’s drank the odd 2oz here and there, he’s straining and crying, his legs and arms are wild, he eventually managed a poo which was brown and sticky! 💩 it’s now 10am and he has finally fallen asleep - in my arms. Ive booked him in with a chiropractor as I’ve heard great things and I’m still using colic bottles and Colief.. please can someone offer any advice. I’m at a total loss. I’ve not slept in a fortnight and I really can’t watch him in agony until this stops - in a few months time 😳😩