I'd like to encourage all new members of our club,
DO NOT THROW OUT YOUR HORRID TASTING FROZEN MILK SUPPLY.
At least not until you have time to consider your options. Maybe you can use it in oatmeal, as someone else suggested. Maybe you can donate to a milk bank, I think someone earlier in this thread indicated a milk bank in Ohio might take it. (Most babies in the NICU are fed by tube the first few weeks/months, so taste is irrelevant.)
Maybe there is nothing you can do with this milk and you will eventually throw it away. However, unless you have some urgent need for emptying your freezer, take time to consider your options. Maybe you'll want to make it into soap. I always give my unused milk to my houseplants. I figure its probably good plant food.
Once you throw it out, it's gone for good. If our adopted baby won't take my milk, I will give it to a friend for her adopted baby. For her last child, may women gave her milk and she just mixed the small bags together in one bottle so the taste of my milk wasn't evident. He drank my milk for about a year before we realized my problem. (I always saved my milk for a year before I gave it to her.)
So, as awful as this is, I'd recommend against being reactionary.