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scalding breastmilk? Allissa Specht 35 kids; Essexville, Michigan 5437 posts
29th Dec '12

Is it really necessary? What is the reasoning behind doing it? I don't scald mine and never have. Just curious about it.

Chibs 2 kids; Missouri 12147 posts
29th Dec '12

You're not supposed to :?

Malia Joy {Bugaloo} TTC since Sep 2009; California 6270 posts
29th Dec '12

What??? Why would you do that?

endless possibilities Due November 7; 6 kids; Tacoma, Washington 40890 posts
29th Dec '12

If you have too much lipase in your milk it might make it taste better after it is frozen, but it isn't good for the antibodies and stuff so that is the only reason I have heard of to do it.

MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
29th Dec '12

Why would you scald breastmilk??

C.xox-mama Due October 22 (girl); 1 child; 1 angel baby; St Thomas, ON, Canada 1714 posts
29th Dec '12
Quoting MommyToWesley:" Why would you scald breastmilk??"
Kaylees mommy 50 kids; North Dakota 323 posts
29th Dec '12
Quoting Allissa Specht:" Is it really necessary? What is the reasoning behind doing it? I don't scald mine and never have. Just curious about it."


I don't I just warm it a little. I've never heard of scalding it.