Cooking with semen

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Hello fellow moms, I am new to this website but a friend suggested I should try it.

This is different and I hope I don't offend anyone but a while ago a friend suggested that I read a book called natural harvest, its a recipe book about cooking with semen (the link is down below) because of the health benefits and how even a little when cooked with food makes a taste completely different. I and my boyfriend have been doing it for awhile but when I went to give a review I noticed quite a few parents and people say they gave it to their kids too, one woman baked a cake for her 7-year-olds birthday party and all the kids apparently enjoyed it and there were a few more, I guess you could argue that it's just like breast milk and it's not harmful and if it's not sexual and harmful is there a problem? My friend and her 16-year-old step-son is staying around for a few weeks and she said that we have her permission to try putting it over he's toast to see if he likes it, it will be my boyfriends so there's no risk of STDs at all, I spoke to a doctor and he said there's not really any risk unless it's from some random dude on the street and even then being cooked would deal with anything that's bad.

Is it illegal? No, there's no sexual intent, just like touching a child affectionately is illegal if there's sexual intent, and legal if there's no sexual intent, this is similar, where I am it's fine and there are lots of mothers across the world that do weird things like giving feed their kid's placenta after a new birth and no one blinks an eye lid, maybe because semen is from a male people are more hesitant but I see it just like breast milk personally.

I should note that the book is not really about cooking with semen because of the health benefits, that's only a small aspect, it's more about it being a new natural source of cooking that changes the way food tastes and that are different

Book description:
Semen is not only nutritious, but it also has a wonderful texture and amazing cooking properties. Like fine wine and cheeses, the taste of semen is complex and dynamic. Semen is inexpensive to produce and is commonly available in many, if not most, homes and restaurants. Despite all of these positive qualities, semen remains neglected as a food. This book hopes to change that. Once you overcome any initial hesitation, you will be surprised to learn how wonderful semen is in the kitchen. Semen is an exciting ingredient that can give every dish you make an interesting twist. If you are a passionate cook and are not afraid to experiment with new ingredients - you will love this cookbook!
I hope we all can share our views respectfully.

So my question is what do you all think of the concept? and would you give it to your own kids? With or without consent

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Tara Lou - posted on 08/22/2017




I have never heard of this before, quite shocked by it. No way would i even do that. Do you know what semen is??? Not like breastmilk at all. Babies come from semen obviously when meets the egg. Why would you want to eat that? Your boyfriend has to do something sexual to get the semen. Why wud you want to mix that with food/children/friends/ etc... that should be kept between 2 adults in the bedroom. Please dont continue doing this. Does it not feel wrong at all??

Michelle - posted on 08/19/2017




Just because it's your boyfriend's semen doesn't mean there is no risk of STI's. Any one can cheat and pick things up.
I personally wouldn't be serving it up to your friend's son. If your friend wants him to try it then she can serve it up to him.
I personally wouldn't be serving semen to my family.

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