Ice Cream From Breast Milk
Manufacturer of ice cream and a bar Icecreamists, located in Covent Garden, in 2011, released the ice cream from breast milk of women called Baby Gaga.
Victoria Haley, initiator of Baby Gaga, collected 30 fluid ounces of milk - enough to make the first 50 servings. 1 ounce is equal to 0.03 liters. The company sought out women who can provide them with breast milk and paid £ 15 for every ten ounces extracted using breast pump. Health lactating women who take the milk for the ice cream, it is checked in the same way as that of the blood donors. In the milk added Madagascan vanilla and lemon zest, and then this mixture turned into ice cream.
And now the waitresses dressed in the style of singer Lady Gaga, the dish is served in a martini glass filled with ice cream from breast milk (breast milk ice cream). Liquid nitrogen was poured into a glass syringe. Baby Gaga can be served with whiskey or another cocktail on request.
The founder of Icecreamists Matt O'Connor is confident that his new ice cream will not only please customers amazing taste, but also benefit the public: "We Baby Gaga rich taste. The last hundred years, the ice cream did not do anything interesting.