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    Default Funky Look

    Today i had to go drop off my step son off at his house at 6 so i decided to get a thawed out baggie that has only been in the refrigde for 24 hours, maybe little bit more. It looked normal inside of the bag. By the time i got home, (20 minutes), it has this pale yellow look. It didn't smell spoiled but bc of the look, i refused to give it to Nathan. Could it have been something i ate, or is this normal sometimes? ITs been the normal white look until now. I'm worried.

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    Default Re: Funky Look

    It can be lots of different colors actually! Totally normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*bunnyscooltes View Post
    It can be lots of different colors actually! Totally normal.
    I've had white, cream, yellow and green milk. Totally normal and probably influenced by what you've eaten. The green for me was from pesto - yum

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    I've had blue & orange milk! totally normal.
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    I'm looking at mine right now - it's kind of purple-ish....
    I ate a lot of beets, yesterday....


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    Default Re: Funky Look

    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*mothersky View Post
    I've had white, cream, yellow and green milk. Totally normal and probably influenced by what you've eaten. The green for me was from pesto - yum
    My milk always has a blueish tint to it.


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    Hum.. I'm glad its normal !!! Now i won't be scared to give it to him. So as long as it doesn't smell bad, and isn't expired its good?

    OT: I pumped 9oz today!!! Nothing special either that i've done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*karynicole View Post
    Hum.. I'm glad its normal !!! Now i won't be scared to give it to him. So as long as it doesn't smell bad, and isn't expired its good?

    OT: I pumped 9oz today!!! Nothing special either that i've done.
    Correct. You can even taste it yourself if unsure. WTG on the pumping output.

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    And her little sister: Lulu Pie (3/21/09)

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