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  1. #1
    yuukalim0404 is offline Registered User
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Tseung Kwan O


    I am angry and worried. I just discovered my freezer door was not closed properly by someone else that was careless and all my frozen milk may be affected. The temperature of the freezer upon discovery was still below zero( around -1) as there is a digital display on the door. The door should be open for around 3-4 hours I guess.
    I wonder if the milk will still be fine ( they are still in ice stage when I check) or do I need to throw them all away? I am about to cry, I have almost 30 packets of 3oz milk in there.....someone from LLL or anyone please help

  2. #2
    MLBW Guest
    Honestly, I wouldn't stress over it. Was the milk completely thawed out? If not, just close the door, and let the milk refreeze--it's unlikely that it will have spoiled.

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    capital is offline Banned
    Join Date
    May 2004
    If it is still frozen you should be fine. After all that's what you do with meat when you have an accident, still frozen, fine, thawed or partially thawed then its got to be eaten or thrown away if you can't eat it all.

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    LLL_Sarah is offline Registered User
    Join Date
    Feb 2003
    Hong Kong
    If the milk was still frozen then it will be fine to keep. If, however, it thawed or partially thawed then the milk needs to be used within the next 24 hours.

    Sorry for the very late reply to this post - I'm actually traveling in England at the moment!

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