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awarded  Curious
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accepted Why does the mixture of infant formula with saliva provide an ideal breeding ground for disease-causing micro-organisms?
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awarded  Notable Question
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revised Why aren't we allowed to refreeze previously thawed breastmilk in refrigerator?
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comment Why aren't we allowed to refreeze previously thawed breastmilk in refrigerator?
so how would fat separation effect health? Is harmful?
Nov
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asked Why aren't we allowed to refreeze previously thawed breastmilk in refrigerator?
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awarded  Popular Question
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asked Why does the mixture of infant formula with saliva provide an ideal breeding ground for disease-causing micro-organisms?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Why can't you taste food when you have a cold?
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asked Why do people feel extreme cold at different temperatures compared to other people of same body structure?
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awarded  Critic
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revised Why can't you taste food when you have a cold?
edited title
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asked Why can't you taste food when you have a cold?
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comment If re-boiling does not curdle the milk, can that be taken as an indicator that the milk hasn't developed the bacteria (and their toxins)?
"My suspicion is that you are separating it on purpose," No need to suspect anything. Please read the question again.
Dec
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comment If re-boiling does not curdle the milk, can that be taken as an indicator that the milk hasn't developed the bacteria (and their toxins)?
@Jay Yes, I get milk in packets which IS pasteurized. Thanks.