Storing Breast Milk


breastfeedingAs gross as it may sound, you can’t decifer the drinkability (Ya, I said drinkability) of brestmilk by how chunky it is, or what color it’s turned. I know, if you’re not currently breastfeeding, that’s not the most appetizing topic.

So how do you know whether breastmilk is still good or not then? If it smells or tastes sour, pitch it. Mostly, taste and smell. If it’s still good, it should pretty much be odorless, and taste like sugar water still.  But there are also time lines that will help you through it.



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