Re: Lipase: Best Storage Options
I just found out that I have a lipase issue with my milk after freezing it. I never tested it (poor Lilah - she's been drinking it for 8 months) and at this point I'm not going to start scalding it because I'm not planning on freezing any more milk. Lilah seems to drink the yucky frozen milk as well as the freshly expressed, so I guess she's used to it. Maybe that is why she refused bottles at the beginning, .
Originally Posted by @llli*star.sapphire
My milk does not go bad in the refrigerator after three or four days, it's just the freezing that does it apparently. I have frozen small amounts of milk in glass jars for cereal and the same thing happens as when it is frozen in the plastic bottles or the Medela bags.
Good luck with your experiments! I think the scalding instructions using bottle warmers look pretty easy and something you could even do at your desk. If I had figured this out months ago, I would have done the scalding.
Lilah 10/08 nursed 25 months
Beatrix 01/11 nursed 30 months