Princess Diana’s Hair Made Into Jam

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Would you eat jam made with Princess Diana’s hair?
Jam made with Princess Diana’s hair has sparked a storm after going on sale at an exhibition. The milk preserve contains a speck of her locks – bought from a dealer on online auction site eBay – which has been soaked in gin. It sold out at a surrealist show at London’s Barbican and could soon be on supermarket shelves after attracting the attention of top retailers.

But it should also come as no surprise that  the jam has angered Diana supporters…


32,000 Teabags Tell The Story Of A Life

Is tea all she sees?
Some people use a diary to document the highs and lows in their life but not Patti Gaal-Holmes – she prefers to use teabags. So, while others have drawers full of written reminiscences, this 44-year-old has old suitcases stuffed with more than 32,000 used bags. ‘I love drinking tea and I save the teabags because it’s a way of marking the days – it’s better than a diary,’ she said.

The mother of three has perfected her tea-related logging technique over the past 11 years…


Fatwa Encouraging Adult Breastfeeding

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Controversy over adult breastfeeding.
A controversy is brewing in Saudi Arabia over a new fatwa issued that advocates, er, adult breastfeeding. From AOL News:
Sheikh Al Obeikan, an adviser to the royal court and consultant to the Ministry of Justice, set off a firestorm of controversy recently when he said on TV that women who come into regular contact with men who aren’t related to them ought to give them their breast milk so they will be considered relatives…

How To Make Breast Milk Cheese At Home

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Step one. Obtain human breast milk.
Yes, you read that right. Chef Daniel Angerer has come up with a recipe for you to turn that liquid gold into something yummy you can spread on a cracker and serve up to your friends.If you dare to try it yourself he lists a step by step guide to making the cheese on his website.  It should be noted that he used both cow’s milk and human milk to make the cheese so you will only have to give up 2 cups of the good stuff for the recipe.

Emergency Breakfast Cake, aka Cereal Omelet

File this one into the “interesting food experiments” file—Instructables member BongoDrummer came up with this for days when the milk jug is inexplicably empty. It’s basically an omelet with cereal inside, which sounds strange—but the possibilities are endless.The process is even simpler than making an omelet—all you do, essentially, is scramble some eggs, mix in some cereal, and fry ‘er up. That’s it—although, if you’d like to make it even more omelet-like, you can always add cheese, tomato slices, nuts, or any of the other usual additions.

Top 11 Foods that Trigger Allergies

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Peanuts ranks #3 on the all-time allergy list

For some people, certain foods can trigger hives (an eruption of small welts), swollen lips, itchiness, flushing, eczema (rough, itchy patches), or a hot-to-the-touch rash, even if you’ve never reacted to a food before.
If the outbreak covers your entire body or is accompanied by chest tightness, wheezing, or shortness of breath, you’re having a full-blown allergic reaction.
If you know what food triggered your reaction, you can steer clear of it in the future. But if you’re not sure, write down everything you ate leading up to your outbreak, use this list of common culprits as a memory jogger, and talk with your doctor about allergy testing.
1. Cow’s milk
2. Eggs
3. Peanuts
4. Tree nuts (cashews, walnuts, almonds, etc.)
5. Shellfish
6. Soy
7. Wheat
8. Red wine
9. Citrus (limes, oranges, etc.)
10. Tomatoes
11. Hot spices, such as chili seasonings

For some people, certain foods can trigger hives (an eruption of small welts), swollen lips, itchiness, flushing, eczema (rough, itchy patches), or a hot-to-the-touch rash, even if you’ve never reacted to a food before.

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Keep Milk Fresh An Extra Week With The Shrinking Jug


“Fresh” shrinking milk jug

As soon as you open a gallon of milk, it starts to spoil. It’s the air that starts working on it, encouraging all those creepy crawlies to start growing and eating away at the organic material. Pour your milk into this shrinking jug called “Fresh,” and it’ll keep the amount of air in contact with the milk at a bare minimum, because the container collapses along with the amount of milk remaining. (Pics)


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Amazing Glass Milk Bottle Art


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Residents of Stourbridge, West Midlands, and surrounding villages were having a pleasant surprise when they took in their milk bottles; they would find pictures of animals, often cows or mice, carefully carved onto the glass in astonishing detail.
An artist, known as ‘bottle Banksy’, would take the used milk bottles from doorsteps and then return them after having etched elaborate pictures…

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