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    Default Qubie trays for freezing expressed milk

    Wanting anyone's help with use of the qubie trays for freezing breast milk. I have read that expressed milk can only be kept in fridge for 24 hours and needs to be freezer, has anyone used the qubie trays? If so how did you go if you only were half filling them? I put some milk in a tray last night and then put in the freezer, I wanted to add some more cooled breast milk now but when I removed the lid and tried putting the lid on again it wouldn't work because of the divider sectios so had to move milk into containers instead.

    anyome pointers on storing breast milk would be appreciatded!

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    https://www.breastfeeding.asn.au/bf-...ing-breastmilk
    Here's a link from the breast feeding association in regards to expressing and storing milk. HTH.


 

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