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‘Cooking with semen’ class coming soon to Shoreditch - if enough people sign up

PUBLISHED: 14:23 21 October 2016 | UPDATED: 14:29 21 October 2016

The classes will run if 30 people sign up

The classes will run if 30 people sign up

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A class teaching techniques on cooking with semen is set to go ahead in Shoreditch, if its organizers can drum up enough interest.

Participants are asked to bring along five teaspoons of their own - or their partner’s - ejaculate for the unique workshop, which will see them whipping up a three-course meal with cocktails.

Recipes on the menu will include chicken with a spicy jerk sauce, amuses-bouches and salted caramel desert.

The ‘head chef’ lined up to teach the class “doesn’t want his name in any way mentioned”, according to organizers Wonderush - as “it was the only way we could get him to agree to do it”.

Sex and relationship expert Alix Fox questioned the potential health and safety risks of consuming semen.

But in some quarters it has been described like ‘a multivitamin with each ejaculation’ – containing more than 200 separate proteins, alongside vitamins and minerals including vitamin C, calcium, vitamin B12 and zinc.

Ms Fox said: “While the idea of bringing cum into the kitchen will doubtless appall many people, some individuals find the idea of consuming such an intimate substance an incredible turn-on, and I guess when you consider that humans regularly consume eggs – which are essentially the product of a chicken menstruating – eating a partner’s semen doesn’t seem quite so round the twist.”

The class will go ahead if more than 30 people register interest at Wonderush, an experience discovery site.


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