Breastmilk key ingredient at Swiss restaurant

Filed under: Nutrition: Health, Mealtime

We all know that "breast is best" when it comes to a baby's first food, but what about after that? Some mothers breastfeed their children for several years. Okay, so that's great if you can do it, but what about adults? Why should grown-ups be denied the health benefits of mother's milk? Well, a restaurant owner in Switzerland doesn't think his customers should be given the cold shoulder when it comes to breastmilk.

Hans Locher plans to offer soups, stews, and sauces containing at least seventy-five percent breastmilk on his menu. "We have all been raised on it," he says. "Why should we not include it into our diet?" He has taken out ads looking for donors and plans to pay more than five dollars a pint. "I first experimented with breast milk when my daughter was born," Locher explains. "One can cook really delicious things with it."

If you're considering adding some to your diet, I'm sure Locher would be completely supportive. "However," he warns, "it always needs to be mixed with a bit of whipped cream, in order to keep the consistency." So there you go.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.