As a commentary on biotechnology and sustainability, Miriam Simun makes cheese from human breastmilk she purchased online. Presenting City Funk:

The human-goat blend - light on the goat, heavy on the human - is soft and spreadable, imparting a complex funk somewhere in between butter, yellow taxi cabs and wafting wavers of street cart smells.

(Hat tip: Edith Zimmerman)

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