Re: Freeze immediately and reduce lipase impact?
You could certainly try immediate freezing. You'd just want to use the milk very soon thereafter. Freezing doesn't deactivate lipase the way scalding does. It just slows the activity of the enzyme. This is why lipase is often a problem in stored milk- the enzyme continues to work in the freezer, albeit more slowly than it would in the fridge.
If immediate freezing doesn't work, there's always scalding.
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