Exhibit Shows Off Cheese Made From Celebrity's Bacteria

This may make you never want to eat cheese again.

A new exhibition is displaying cheese made from British celebrities' bacteria. The display, at London's V-and-A Museum, is the finished product of a scientific experiment at the biolab Open Cell using the volunteered skin bacteria.

Each bacterial sample was taken from a different part of the celebrity's body including the belly button, nose and crotch, and then used for a starter culture to ferment the milk until it became cheese.

The results include cheshire cheese from musician Alex James, comte made from chef Heston Blumenthal, mozzarella from rapper Professor Green, stilton from television personality Rudy Tandoh and cheddar from singer Suggs.

The question is, would you eat cheese made from your favorite star’s bacteria?


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