foodmodo
Add Camel Milk to Your Coffee for a Healthier, Mildly-Unsettling Drink

A coffee chain has come up with a novel way of raising money to help charities in Africa, with select branches of Taylor St Baristas now offering the option of camel milk in your coffee or tea in return for a £1 donation. Try it, it's good for you, they say. Just don't think about camels and their loose, slobbery, hairy mouths while drinking it. Read More >>

wtf
These Fur Coats Are Made Entirely of Human Chest Hair Because… Milk?

If you were an advertising executive tasked with selling chocolate milk, what approach would you take? Fun cartoon characters? Promoting the health benefits of calcium? Touting its delicious taste? Wrong, wrong, wrong. The right answer is to commission the creation of a fur coat hand-woven from over a million strands of male chest hair. Because nothing pairs better with food than human hairs. Read More >>

happy hour
Ten Crazy Things People Use to Make Booze

Sometimes you just don't have the right resources to make a decent drink. But if you get enough sober, thirsty minds focused on the problem, humans can find some pretty creative ways to come up with alcohol. Read More >>

science
You Shouldn't Put Water on Your Cereal, Says Science

Researchers from Pontificia University Católica in Santiago, Chile, have determined with cold hard science that milk is definitively superior to water, as far as cereal liquids go. Read More >>

wtf
Guy In A Cow Suit Shoplifts 120 Litres Of Milk From A Supermarket

This has to be one of the weirdest shoplifting cases ever. Read More >>

google
What, Exactly, Will Kevin Rose Do at Google?

Kevin Rose is Google's newest employee. If you don't know Kevin Rose, he's the mastermind behind the rise (and fall) of the social news site, Digg. But for the last year, he's been wrapped up in Milk, a mobile app incubator that has hatched a grand total of one app: the now-defunct social review app Oink. This raises the question: what is Rose going to do for Google? Read More >>

happy hour
How to Make Milk That'll Get You Hammered

When I was a kid, there used to be a mason jar in my house that was always kept just out of my reach. It looked like it was filled yogurt, but grosser. Runny, chunky, with a sickly yellow color. I didn't find out until years later that it was actually the most delicious milk liqueur I've ever tasted. Read More >>

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