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You just need to make sure the milk is at the same temperature when you combine them. If you add warm milk to stuff already in your fridge, it will go off rather spectacularly. Likewise if you are freezing milk, refrigerate new stuff and then add it to the already frozen, otherwise the warm milk will partially thaw what you've already frozen and spoil it.

ETA: the ratio of hindmilk - foremilk is not a really big deal. If you think about it, when will your little one be getting the frozen milk? If it's supplementing after a feed, hindmilk is what you want anyway. If it's in place of a feed, you're going to be engorged with a whole lot of foremilk from skipping a feed afterwards anyway so again, it makes sense to give mostly hindmilk with a bottle.
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