I read another thread here where some Moms said you can freeze breast milk in glass containers "as long as you leave room at the top for expansion". I've personally had glass shatter on me from freezing, and other websites warn to never freeze breast milk in glass, so I would like to know if this is really possible. If so, how exactly is it done?
What about stainless steel containers?
I'm having twins and want to limit plastics, but I have to be able to freeze breast milk.
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