Its not as bad as it sounds. They collected the bacteria and made a clean culture from it. Considering where eggs and milk come from this isn’t so bad.
And how do the germies get into the baby anyhow? Must be pretty common environmental stuff. It’s not like every baby has to eat a lump of poo to be healthy.
I’ve taken my Chill Pills, so I’m ready to see this concept a bit more objectively, a bit more. I suppose creating and replicating then cultivating protein cultures are not new stories. Consider that some folks Not Me, have been using milk to make cheese for thousands of years. Nowadays, some even use human breast milk to make cheese or ice cream, again, Not Me., I respect the resourcefulness of the scientists, but still know such food would be my very last choice.
“Considering where eggs and milk come from this isnt so bad.”
Where milk comes from doesn’t really gross me out. It comes from the bovine equivalent of boobies, after all...