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Breast Milk Cottage Cheese

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This is the easiest type of cheese to make, Paneer otherwise known as Cottage Cheese. Paneer can be cooked as curry or whatever indian food you want, and has a consistency similar to Tofu. It can be fried or baked or anything, basically what you can do to Tofu you would be able to do to Paneer too.

My extensive experience in making Paneer compelled me to try something different, that is, making Paneer out of my own breastmilk. Basically this is human cheese. Why would I do that? Well, basically, there are about twenty bags (each 150ml) of frozen breastmilk in the fridge, and they have passed their three months drinkability period, which means I would not be able to donate the milk like I did before. But the milk is still less than six month old, which is the actual expiry date. So what do I do with it? I could make cream soup like I did several months ago. But I really wanted to try something different, and making Breast Milk Paneer sounds really exciting.

See the full recipe here

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Posted by   @   8 June 2007 4 comments
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Jun 9, 2007
8:46 am
#1 B-Man :

Not to be rude but i think i almost vomited at the thought of it. Though i can gladly say i never tried any type of breastmilk since i was a baby, i wouldnt be able to recall how tasty or not it was.

Jun 10, 2007
1:49 am
#2 LoPhatt :

I made some breast milk cheese but it was too thin and watery, I had to add quite a bit of lard to thicken it up.

Jun 10, 2007
10:24 pm

Does not sound very appetising to me… hmmmmmm…

Jun 12, 2007
7:12 pm
#4 Matt :

Why is it that we find the milk that nourished us as babies so repulsive and the milk that comes from other animals so appetizing?

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