Instead of trying to get rid of her yeast infection, she opted to use it in place of store bought yeast in a recipe for sourdough bread.
She live-tweeted her entire kitchen process including photos of her experience.
via her blog:
I’ll be updating periodically on my baking endeavours, including the final result. I will be using the hashtag #cuntsourdough. So, hopefully your curiosity is piqued. I know I’m excited to try whatever happens–in fact, watching the life that has sprung from my loins has finally made me understand why people want to have children (although I still prefer my sourdough starter: it’s lower maintenance than a child).
The next update to be posted on the blog will probably be if/when it’s in a state to actually bake bread with (or maybe I’ll try doing crumpets from my crumpet), although I’ll likely update more often on
Twitter (@stavvers). Before you tweet me to tell me how disgusted you are, let me be clear about one thing: I fucking know. It turns out the world is even more grossed out about minges than I’d previously thought.
See — this is why you can’t trust whatever people bring to potluck dinners. You could grab what looks like a normal dinner roll and end up eating vagina bread.
professional chef & avid bread baker here. you have entirely the wrong idea about what sourdough is. this is bad & will taste bad @stavvers
As of now, Zoe’s still in the process of seeing if this actually works.