PETA's executive vice president Tracy Reiman explained: "PETA's request comes after reports that a Swiss restaurant owner will begin purchasing breast milk from nursing mothers and substituting it for 75 per cent of the cows' milk in the food that he serves. The fact that human adults consume huge quantities of dairy products made from milk that was meant for a baby cow just doesn't make sense. So Ben and Jerry's could do consumers and cows a big favour by making the switch to breast milk."

We all remember when Heather said: "Why don't we drink rats' milk, cats' milk or dogs' milk?" but put in context it makes more sense. She went on to say "The startling truth is that animals farmed for meat and dairy are now one of the greatest threats to the planet. The United Nations issued a shocking report on the environmental damage being done by livestock. I became a vegetarian for health reasons. Then I found out about the awful animal abuse in factory farms and dairy herds and became a vegan. The easiest and most effective way of cutting our contribution is to change our diet and go vegan."

...and annoyingly, she's probably right. But back to the important question: ice cream from breast milk? Would you eat it?