MSN reports: The next secret ingredient on the Food Network? The e-book version of Natural Harvest: A Collection of Semen-Based Recipes is now available, ending the refractory period on cooking with sperm.
Although the experimental repasts, including Hollandaise sauce flan, may not offer any real health benefits, sperm could prove a smart staple in a faltering economy. As the Lulu description indicates, it's "inexpensive to produce and is commonly available in many, if not most, restaurants and homes."
Not everyone is impressed with the gastronomical gimmick. One Lulu reviewer complains "it takes a lot of balls (so to speak) to publish a book like this," bemoaning that the main ingredient seems to be added in as an "afterthought."
In related news: With a population of just 5.5 million people, Denmark has far greater reserves of deposited sperm than it can use at home.
Now the country is trading on its reputation for Nordic good looks and healthy living to export its gene pool around the globe. The slogan of one major sperm bank is "Congratulations, it's a Viking!" More at MSN Living.