While it is possible to freeze dry breast milk at home, it is not recommend. There is very specific equipment utilized to accurately detect and test for active cellular water that viably remains for bacterial, mold and yeast growth. There also is a fine balance between general water vapor extraction and damaging macro nutrients by running extended dry times or high temperatures to remove water. Additionally, specialized high barrier film packaging and commercial vacuum sealing are required to remove and keep out oxygen and light.
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So I saw a video about freeze drying your breast milk and I was instantly intrigued because I had an 11 cubic foot stand up deep freezer FILLED and I had no...
I was moving and panicked about how I was transporting all my frozen breast milk safely. I saw a post on tik tok about boobie juice and how they freeze dry...
At three months postpartum, we were getting ready to move across the United States and I realized that I needed to do something with my milk stash. I didn't...
Everything was wonderful! The couple that runs the business are super sweet. I had to have it in 3 weeks when I ordered I and they got it back to me in 2!...
This was so cool! What an easy process! I purchased online and dropped off in person. They were able to ship back to my home out of state. Everyone was nice...
I got approximately 180oz frozen and absolutely love it. Lisa and Jasen were so easy to work with, I got some freezer room back too. Definitely recommend it...
It was a Sunday night before I was going to embark on a long trip out of town with my 6 month old daughter, Raya! I reached out to BoobieJuice via...
My experience was amazing! It was a pleasure to work with Jason during the process.Right before our trip to Hawaii, I was worried my 15 month old wasn't...
I originally found BoobieJuice on Instagram by accident when I was scrolling through one day. I had always wanted to look into freeze drying my breastmilk,...