Its been quite sometimes now that I have this question hanging in my mind..
To those who know the answer to this, really appreciate if you can explain scientifically to me how does this happen. I guess those who breastfeed their child do see this. Just wonder if you also have asked yourself.. hmmm let me tell what is the question I am mumbling about.
One day, I took out my fresh EBM from the fridge.. extra EBM to be poured into bekas dadih and kept in the freezer. Since Hadiff started to eat, he seems to take lesser EBM that causes my freezer to be overcrowded with frozen EBM.. (wish I have deep freezer..huhuhuhu to mr asben..please take note yaa! hehehe)
As usual considering 6 bottles x 4oz of EBM for the next day Hadiff in BS house (but normally only 4 are consumed, 2 for back up in case of emergency...car breakdown..blaa..bla..blaa..),2 bottles expressed in the earliest day were taken out to be placed in freezer compartment. Have a look at the photo below, how in the world that the fat can cover the upper side of the bottle? I only stored 4oz of EBM in the bottles? Jeng...jeng..jeng...
Though I lightly/slowly shaked the bottles to dilute back the fat into the EBM, some were still sticking on the inner side. Don't you think that this is a waste? If only I could shake harder.
Should I store the bottles upside down like this?
And place it the fridge like this? So when the fat sticking on the bottles I can turn it back and easier for the BS too.
Any scientific answer to this?