People Are Making 'Human Cheese' Using Belly-Button Bacteria

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  2. cateater1

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    jesus thats rank. although its not technically human cheese. (says the human cheese expert) Bacteria from humans + milk from a cow. Report doesn't mention that. regardless its still pretty fucking rank.
     
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    Eeew :wtf: even though they said they only took the food bacteria or something I would not want eat or smell it.
     
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    Interesting, I am very curious what such things taste like.
     
  5. Foxi4

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    The production of normal everyday cheese also involves starter bacteria and depending on the type of cheese it may also involve other "icky" ingredients such as rennet, at least when the bacteria are taken off your body, you know exatly where they came from. :tpi:
     
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    It's a good thing I don't eat cheese of any kind then, I suppose.
     
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    It is often said that bacon is the thing that will turn a vegetarian (personally I am not a fan of the stuff) but my experience says it is cheese that gets in the way of veganism.
     
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    Sop groovy dude lmao

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    does anyone else call smegma 'dick cheese'?
     
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    This is what I was thinking the article would be about. I just wanted to know how disgusting this was going to be, not disappointed, if anything it was a unexpected twist.
     
  10. Hells Malice

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    Heard this on the radio like a month ago.
    Makes my stomach churn thinking about it.

    Though if anyone ever tries the blue cheese burger at Carl's Jr...you'd know they use this technology for that. At least that's the only way I assume they make it taste so ****ing bad.
     
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    Memo to self, no more checking the 'temp on lunch breaks.
     
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    I am struggling to see what people find so upsetting about this. I am going with a variation of the "natural" vs "artificial" vs "chemicals" vs "nuclear" nonsense.
     
  13. Veho

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    Sweaty armpits, with maybe a certain dairy element. I imagine you could approximate the taste by carrying a slice of some mild cheese under your armpit for a few days.

    Or, depending on the aging process the "artist" used, it tastes like Gorgonzola.


    Yes, and in this case it's toes. Foot fungus cheese FTW.
     
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    Thanks, now I know what to eat in a food crisis other than my boogers!