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#1 of 5 Old 01-17-2003, 04:30 PM - Thread Starter
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so I thought i would ask here. Can cows milk (organic of course) be frozen? I buy from a co op buying club from blooming Prairie natural foods but the milk only comes in bulk. I would spend the money if it can be frozen as no one in my group wants or needs to split milk,however,I won't if it can't.


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#2 of 5 Old 01-17-2003, 05:10 PM
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My SIL freezes goat milk all the time. In the card board container. No problems, although she does boil it before using it but she does that even when it's fresh.
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When i lived on the farm we use to stock up on $1 bags of milk and freeze them, that way when it came to the turnip feeding season to the stock we would have cheap milk.
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I freeze both farm fresh milk and store milk. The farm fresh I end up freezing in Ziplock which I know is not the best thing but I really dont know what else to use.:

Right now the place we get our milk is waiting for their cows to freshen, its awfull drinking the store whitened water stuff LOL
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The only "difficulty" I know of is that it breaks down the homogenization, I think. Can any of you milk freezers confirm that for me?
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