In what has to be a recipe taken straight from the WTF cookbook, a woman has made yogurt using lady liquids that came from her wizard's sleeve.

Cecilia Westbrook, a MD/PHD student at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, had a running joke with a friend about how yogurt could theoretically be made using vaginal secretions. After seeking out evidence or research on the subject, Westbrook realized there was none... so she decided to take it to the next level and make her own batch.

Westbrook collected her sample with a wooden spoon (not a joke) and after doing some science-y stuff you can read about at length on Motherboard -- she had created the world's first vagina-flavored yogurt. Westbrook, who was also the taste tester, described it as "sour, tangy, and almost tingly on the tongue." I can't be the only one that finds it funny that she described it as tangy, right?

After some further research, Westbrook realized that this was a horrible idea. While her theory about getting the good bacteria from the secretions was correct, she realized there was no way to separate it from the bad bacteria. Basically -- you take the good, you take the bad when you make the yogurt with your vag. The facts of life.

So don't hold your breath waiting for Camel Toe-Bani Greek yogurt to hit the shelves anytime soon... maybe Great Value would go to market with it though.

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