Milk Fed is a novel by Melissa Broder. The story follows Rachel, a woman in her twenties who lives and works in Los Angeles. She struggles with an eating disorder that is rooted in her dysfunctional relationship with her mother. One day, Rachel meets a woman named Miriam, and they develop a romantic relationship. From this relationship, Rachel gains a newfound sense of self-worth, but she struggles with the possibility of sliding back into old habits. The novel explores themes of family, mental health, love, and religion.