I'm calling it - yogurt has to be one of the most popular foods in the world. From being a cult staple for classic dishes, to be a miracle cure for gastro, and a health food that makes losing weight a charm, yogurt is almost more like magic than a simple food. Through years of refinement in adding a certain bacteria to heated milk, yogurt as we know it was created.
Today, however, yogurt is almost an exact science, with a specific number of bacteria required to be present for the product to be deemed fit for consumption. This hasn't stopped one determined Ph.D. student - intrigued by the possibility of recreating the lactic acid effect of conventional yogurt making, Celia Westbrook devised to make a batch of yogurt using the lactobacillus present in her own vagina.
In theory, vagina yogurt has every potential to be a healthy snack, with all the properties found in traditional yogurt. Though, despite the yogurt being close to edible, it still has a long way to go, with microbiologists urging that Westbrook's kind of collection technique does not separate the other nasty bacteria present 'down there'.