I personally find it a bit strange and am not sure if I'd be willing to try it. Then again, maybe it'll turn out to be the best kind of icecream there is that you could eat. Who knows. I do find it intriguing.
However I think that one of the comments in the end
**The U.S. FDA is a bit leery of using "donor human milk." On its website, it explains why:
[INDENT]Risks for the baby include exposure to infectious diseases, including HIV, to chemical contaminants, such as some illegal drugs, and to a limited number of prescription drugs that might be in the human milk, if the donor has not been adequately screened. In addition, if human milk is not handled and stored properly, it could, like any type of milk, become contaminated and unsafe to drink **
duh. As for the rest, I'm sure they are made to screen things adequately, as stated earlier in the article. They follow the same screening codes as set by professionals.
**And the folks at Icecreamists say all the milk "was screened in line with hospital/blood donor requirements." **
So would you try it? After writing this I've had more time to think on this th emore intrigued I am.