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German Biologist Fashion Designer Makes Clothes Out of Sour Milk

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Meanwhile, in Germany, fashion designer-slash-biologist Anke Domaske has found a way to isolate the protein from spoilt milk and make fiber that can be spun into yarn—which then, in turn, can be made into clothing. We can't decide if we think this idea is brilliant or whether the idea of wearing sour milk grosses us out too much.
· These women are wearing clothes made of real milk [Gizmodo]