Blumenthal’s pubic bacteria: is this the future of food?

V&A exhibition includes cheese produced with some help from the star chef’s groin area

At the end of a show which includes decorative ceramics glazed with evaporated human urine, serving bowls made from used toilet paper and a comté cheese cultured by bacteria in Heston Blumenthal’s pubic hair, the V&A is offering its visitors canapés.

And they are tasty. Who knew a mould discovered in the soil of Harlow would go so well with tomatoes too ugly for shops and restaurants?

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