Bad News: Breast Milk Ice Cream Seized Over Safety Concerns

Considering the state of British food, they have to be really, really worried

A restaurant which put breast milk ice cream on sale have had their supplies seized by council officials amid fears it is unsafe.

The Baby Gaga ice cream will now undergo tests to see if it is safe for adult consumption.

Viruses, including hepatitis, can be passed on through breast milk.

Make sure you hit the above link to see exactly how the breast milk ice cream (OK, a bit of Google-bombing) is served.

Meanwhile, Sarah Ditum at the far left UK Guardian asks “why is breast milk ice-cream repulsive?” She then goes on a little jaunt, invoking Arthur Dent from the Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, and all sorts of things about milk from cows, but, forgets to mention whether she has actually eaten the breast milk ice cream.

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7 Responses to “Bad News: Breast Milk Ice Cream Seized Over Safety Concerns”

  1. captainfish says:

    Ok. Let me get this straight. Ice cream is bad for you, but they are allowed to sell it.

    Breast milk is good for you and vital for babies, but, it might be illegal?

    How can it be seized even before fears are confirmed? Wouldn’t they need a reason to seize something, other than…. “eww”?

    Have you seen what they serve in Cambodia, India, etc?? Have they not heard of chilled Monkey Brains?

  2. Maggie Mama says:

    The Left has always promoted breast-feeding, anywhere and everywhere.

    Now the Nanny State Brits say it might be dangerous.


    They just don’t know what they’re doing.

  3. Trish says:

    I doubt seriously that God, who created a perfect human system to nurture it’s young would have intended for the milk a mother makes, to be made into ice cream and then sold to some crazy loons who would somehow find that appetizing!!! Pretty sure, He intended for it to have one distinct purpose; that of giving a newborn/infant child the right nourishment and immunities for its own individual life.

    Having breast fed four children, I still never considered forgoing my Breyers real Vanilla Bean! Plus I didn’t have the patience to sit outside with my breasts in the snow long enough to make ice cream anyway!!!!

  4. captainfish says:

    hahahahaha…. Thanks for the picture Trish!!!

    (funny stuff)

  5. Trish says:

    De nada…

  6. Walt says:

    Of course, this is just an experimental beginning. To make this commercially effective we are going to have to herd up the most productive ones, feed them on cheap salads, and hook ’em up to breast pumps.

    I can see it now, the whole herd moving in from the fields, heavy breasts swinging gently with each unhurried footstep . . .

    Branding might be tough.

  7. Trish says:


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