Ever since January Jones announced that she consumed her own placenta after giving birth to her son, the world has suddenly been abuzz with discussion about why the hell a person would want to eat their own afterbirth. It's a legitimate question, and there is considerable debate about whether or not eating placenta really does anything. But let's leave all that aside for now and assume you maybe do want to chow down on your placenta. How exactly would you go about doing it? Well, it turns out it's really not that hard — animals in the wild do it, so shouldn't we be able to? The only real hurdle, and it's a big one, is getting over the idea of handling and ingesting "meat" that came from inside your own body.