Breastmilk preservative

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This preservative powder has multiple ingredients that work together to preserve and stabilize breastmilk. After the breastmilk is preserved it can be used to make a keepsake jewelry or ornament. This is a sachet to preserve 5ml breastmilk.

How to use?

  1. Preserving breastmilk is done au bain-marie. Make a double boiler by pouring water into a pan and placing a second pan or glass bowl in the pan. The smaller pan or glass bowl should float in the larger pan with water.
  1.  Bring the water to a boil. Measure 5 ml of breastmilk and place it in the top pan. Add the entire packet of preservative powder to the warmed breastmilk.
  2. Stir the powder into breastmilk until your breastmilk has the consistency of a thick paste (similar to hummus). Make sure it doesn't dry or cook much longer.
  1. Spread the paste of your preserved breastmilk as thinly as possible on baking paper. Let it dry for at least 48 hours. Once it is dry, grind the breastmilk into a powder using a stone pestle and mortar or use the back of a spoon to crush the stored breast milk on a flat surface. Crush it until it becomes a powder. Sometimes fine grinding is not possible in one go. Then try it a few times until it becomes as fine as possible (baby powder consistency).

This preservative powder has multiple ingredients that work together to preserve and stabilize breastmilk. After the breastmilk is preserved it can be used to make a keepsake jewelry or ornament. This is a sachet to preserve 5ml breastmilk.

How to use?

  1. Preserving breastmilk is done au bain-marie. Make a double boiler by pouring water into a pan and placing a second pan or glass bowl in the pan. The smaller pan or glass bowl should float in the larger pan with water.
  1.  Bring the water to a boil. Measure 5 ml of breastmilk and place it in the top pan. Add the entire packet of preservative powder to the warmed breastmilk.
  2. Stir the powder into breastmilk until your breastmilk has the consistency of a thick paste (similar to hummus). Make sure it doesn't dry or cook much longer.
  1. Spread the paste of your preserved breastmilk as thinly as possible on baking paper. Let it dry for at least 48 hours. Once it is dry, grind the breastmilk into a powder using a stone pestle and mortar or use the back of a spoon to crush the stored breast milk on a flat surface. Crush it until it becomes a powder. Sometimes fine grinding is not possible in one go. Then try it a few times until it becomes as fine as possible (baby powder consistency).
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