Chef Daniel Angerer is letting diners at Klee Brasserie munch on cheese made from his wife's breast milk.
"It tastes like cow's-milk cheese, kind of sweet," he told The Post.
Breast milk doesn't curdle well due to its low protein content, so a little moo juice has to be added to round out the texture, Angerer said.
After blogging about his efforts with the human cheese, customers started demanding a sample, he said. "The phone was ringing off the hook," the chef said. "So I prepared a little canape of breast-milk cheese with figs and Hungarian pepper."
Since the restaurant began offering customers a taste, Mason has been inundated with creepy queries, she said.
"Some people who clearly have issues have e-mailed me saying, 'I wasn't breast-fed as a child, so can I taste your breast milk?'", she said.
Mason politely declines the offer. "I'm not here to walk people through their psychological problems," she said.
Chef at Chelsea restaurant offers customers a taste of cheese made from his wife's breast milk
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