Thursday, May 15, 2008

Quick Question for all the Mamas

What does one do with a ton of expired breastmilk sitting in the freezer? Any tips?
OK...just for clarification...the milk is EXPIRED, I unfortunately cannot donate expired milk, right??? Correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks. :)

10 comments:

VerWys Family said...

feed the chickens? they eat everything else...

Anonymous said...

Dump it.

Jennifer Gray said...

SELL IT!!! You can sell it online, it's totally legit and you can make a ton of money.

Why don't you just keep giving it to her instead of milk?

Otherwise you can always serve it to your guests in their coffee. Just be sure not to tell them what it is. :)

Jen

theolsons said...

DONATE!
www.breastmilkproject.org

taken from their website...
"Our mission is to provide donor breast milk to infants in need and to improve health care in developing countries."

"We are able to accept PCM (previously collected milk) up to 10 months from date of expression, as long as it was pumped under the same conditions with which you qualify. Please make sure each bag is clearly dated with the month, day and year. Any, milk that is not dated will be rejected."

Anonymous said...

Have Mark polish it off.

theolsons said...

so if it's past 10 months old then i say feed it to your plants in the garden...maybe you'll get some HUGE zucchini!

Chrissy Padilla said...

make cottage cheese

John, Shannon, Broderick, Camden, and Adalynn said...

how much expired? I heard it was good in a deep freeze up to 12 months. Will the baby not take it?

Amy said...

You fall to your knees and thank the
Lord for the abundance...oh what I would have given these last eight years for ENOUGH breastmilk, let alone TOO MUCH! :)

I agree with my sis...feed it to the zucchini and see what happens.

ShaunTia said...

Can we have it? Shaun says he needs it for his cereal in the morning.