Milk Fed

Melissa Broder’s approach is perfectly sautéed lesbianism, a rom-com that turns serious.

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Review of ‘Milk Fed’

Milk Fed will make you hungry. I began reading it at breakfast, and before I knew it, I had consumed an entire box of Chocolate Cheerios. It’s about food and Jews and sex—an irresistible combo meal. With hints of Jami Attenberg’s mishpucha and spiced with Jennifer Weiner’s chutzpah, it is graphic, tender and poetic. Melissa…

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