The New Ice Cream Flavor of the Month: Breast Milk
For all of you that think you got jipped early in life because your mom gave you the crap out of the can instead of what’s considered the ‘elixir of the gods,’ i.e. boobie milk, here is your opportunity to get your rightful share.
“Baby Gaga” ice cream, made from breast milk, made its debut in the London store, "Icecreamists" last week. However, at a steep 14 pounds ($23 bucks) a serving, this “miracle of motherhood” is a luxury item that not everyone can afford.
The new dessert delicacy is made by mixing breast milk with Madagascan vanilla pods, cream and lemon zest, and then churning it into ice cream.
According to sources, 15 women answered an online advertisement and donated milk for the new flavor. "What could be more natural than fresh, free-range mother's milk in an ice cream? And for me it's a recession beater too -- what's the harm in using my assets for a bit of extra cash," said Victoria Hiley, one of the mothers who donated her milk.
Hey, people give blood and sperm for extra cash all the time so what’s the harm in selling a little breast milk?
Unfortunately, a London council is checking into exactly that so production has been temporarily ‘frozen’ until it can be proven safe. Basically they want see if you can transmit viruses through breast milk because it is considered a bodily fluid.
Yum. Makes me want a lick.
The owner of the ice cream shop has stated that concerns are “complete rubbish” (you gotta love Brit lingo) but agreed to halt serving the ice cream until the tests are completed.
Either way he’s a smart guy. The ice cream sold out within the first week.