Re: Excess Lipase vs Chemical Oxidation
I have always heard that you're supposed to gently swirl the bottle rather than shaking it.
Originally Posted by @llli*ahatfield1
You might want to consider your cookware's potential effect on the milk. Perhaps look for a very non-reactive metal pan?
I am trying to scald some more milk. I heated some up today but did not let it boil and it is in the fridge now. I am going to see how long it takes before it goes sour.
AFAIK, lipase causes milk to taste soapy but not sour or rancid. This link suggests the same: http://kellymom.com/bf/pumpingmoms/m...expressedmilk/
I keep coming bad to the same question about the taste. Many moms on here posted their milk was sour and disgusting. Would excess lipase taste sour or just soapy? Thanks again for all your info!
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