I had 40 oz of frozen breastmilk in a checked bag, coming home from a family holiday home to visit my parents. This was milk I had carefully pumped while away to donate to a milk bank. Normally when I am traveling with milk I bring it carry-on, but this time around I checked it. We arrive home, and out of five bags, the one they mishandled was the one with my milk. It's arriving tonight at 8pm on a later flight, but I think the chances it is still frozen are pretty tiny. Not sure what to do with it, since DD2 isn't drinking pumped milk yet, certainly not in those quantities (though I do go back to work on Monday).
One thought I've had is to make breastmilk yogurt with it and feed it to DD2 over the next few weeks. Anyone know if you can make yogurt from thawed breastmilk? I know you can do it from fresh, just not sure if freezing kills any of the things the yogurt cultures need to do their thing. Is it just the same as making it with cows milk?