BREAST MILK FREEZER BAG - BREAST MILK
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Breast Milk Freezer Bag
- Human breast milk refers to the milk produced by a human mother to feed her baby. It provides the primary source of nutrition for newborns before they are able to eat and digest other foods; older infants and toddlers may continue to be breastfed.
- Breast Milk can transmit HIV to an infant if the mother has HIV.
- (FREEZER BAGS) They are male, because they hold everything in, but you can see right through them.
Lansinoh Breast Milk Storage Bottles 4 ea
Dedicated to Breastfeeding Mothers
For convenient storage of breastmilk in refrigerator or freezer
Designed for longer, safer breastmilk storage
Express milk directly into bottles from your Lansinoh Breast Pump.
Contains four each of: 5 oz storage bottles, collars and disks. Nipples not included.
Designed exclusively for use with the Lansinoh Manual and Electric Breast Pumps. These versatile storage bottles will take breastmilk directly from your Lansinoh Breast Pump - so you can use the same container for storing and feeding without ever transferring your milk. This results in faster, more sanitary handling, while preserving the nutrients of your breastmilk.
Bottles designed exclusively for longer and safer storage of breastmilk
Fits Lansinoh Manual and Electric Breast Pumps and most other standard size breast pumps.
Specially designed sealing disk prevents storage bottle from leaking
Containers are freezer and dishwasher safe.
Made of Polypropylene - the preferred plastic for breastmilk storage.
Breastfeeding is the most natural and loving thing you can do for your baby. As natural as it is, breastfeeding isn't always easy. Mothers deserve encouragement, support and accurate information. They also deserve superior products to make breastfeeding more convenient in today's hectic environment. For over twenty years, our products have been developed to encourage you to nourish your child naturally. Enjoy the special bond that develops through breastfeeding and lasts a lifetime. ~ Resheda Hagen, Founder Lansinoh Laboratories.
All health concerns aside, I'm a fan of fried chicken.
I dont like bone-in fried chicken, preferring the skinless/boneless variety if only for the ease of eating and even cooking.
While there are many ways to fry chicken, and ten-fold spice combinations for doing so, the one I've included is my all time favorite and my own recipe.
Not one to be greedy with anything, here it is:
Will I Am Frying Chicken
3 boneless chicken breasts, trimmed, halved into 6 pcs
1 cp wheat flour
1 cp corn meal
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/3 tsp paprika
pinch of salt
two pinch's of black pepper
1 1/2 cups milk
Combine flour, corn meal, cayenne, paprika, garlic, salt and pepper into a large 1 gallon Ziploc freezer bag, set aside.
Pour milk into a regular sized bowl, set aside.
With a tenderizing hammer, pound chicken relatively flat.
Place all breasts into milk, let stand for 5 minutes.
In a large skillet, pour 1/4" of cooking oil and set the heat to medium high [7 of 10 if you have that kind of dial]. If it starts to smoke, turn it down a notch.
I prefer canola but use what you will. You want the oil HOT, and the 5 minutes that the chicken is soaking in the milk is a good run at it. I also use this time to clean up the mess i've made [For you men, this is a very spouse-friendly thing to do above and beyond cooking]
When the oil is hot, take the chicken from the milk and place flat into the spice bag one at a time until all 6 pcs are in. Close the bag and turn the bag over and over until all pieces are coated evenly.
I take an additional 1/4 tsp of garlic powder and throw directly into the oil, stirring it around.
Depending on the size skillet you have, take 3 pieces and gently place them into the oil taking great care not to burn thyself.
Most people like to move them around, poke at them, flip them to see whats going on, etc. Its been my experience to leave. them. alone... Put 'em in there and in a two minutes or so, using tongs if you have some, flip them and leave them be for another two minutes or so.
Remove from oil and place on paper towels to drain.
You may need to add a touch of oil back to the skillet for the other 3 pcs. Remember to let it reheat/get hot before continuing.
Tater Tot Casserole
Tater Tot Casserole
Course: main meals
POINTS® Value: 7
1 pound(s) uncooked ground turkey breast
1 small red onion(s), chopped
10 3/4 oz Campbell's 98% Fat-Free Cream Of Mushroom Soup
1/4 cup(s) fat-free skim milk
1 cup(s) fat-free sour cream
16 oz frozen mixed vegetables
2 cup(s) shredded fat-free cheddar cheese
24 oz Ore-Ida Tater Tots, 3/4 of a 32 oz bag
Brown gound beef and drain. Sautee onion until translucent. Mix. In bowl mix soup, milk, sour cream. Stir until well blended. In 9'x13' freezer/oven pan layer ingredients evenly as follows:
1. Ground beef/onion mixture.
2. Frozen Vegetables (break up any clumps of vegetables)
3. Soup/milk/sour cream mixture.
4. Cheddar cheese.
5. Top with layer of tater tots.
To freeze: Cover with plastic wrap and then pan lid or aluminum foil and freeze. Freezes about 6 months. (freeze unbaked)
To heat: Preheat oven to 350'. Bake UNCOVERED 35-45 minutes until tater tots are brown and casserole is bubbly.
breast milk freezer bag
The milk you express for your baby is a precious fluid. It combines the best possible nutrition with antibodies, live cells, and other substances that protect babies from infection and help them grow and develop. You'll want to take good care of it and how you store it will affect how well it is preserved. Double zipper closure Color Change Zipper Seal for proof of closure Write-On-Tab outside fill area eliminates potential puncture and ink contamination Tissue Pack Dispenser for easy access and storage Tamper evident safety seal 25 Bags Per Box
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