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#51 - 09/28/02 04:45 AM WHat do you have better luck with?
ladydemetreis Offline
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Hi,I was just wondering if you all out there preferred storage bottles to liners in storing your milk????? <img src="http://www.asklenore.com/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif" alt="" /> [color:"blue"] [/color]
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#52 - 09/28/02 05:17 AM Re: WHat do you have better luck with? [Re: ladydemetreis]
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I like storage bottles with my small supply. But if it were bigger like yours. I would use the gerber zip lock bags. You can put anywhere from 1 to 9 ounces in them
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#53 - 09/28/02 10:13 AM Re: WHat do you have better luck with? [Re: Nona]
ladydemetreis Offline
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Thankyou Nona for replying. Yes, I am going back and forth with the idea myself.
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