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Old 08-28-2009, 09:43 AM   #11
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You should follow the directions of the container of

powdered milk. Only from there will you get the correct way to mix.
Every brand may have a slightly different concentration. Also 26 years ago when my son was born I was told that there was no need to boil the water since I had a municipal supply not a well. They still do not recommend boiling the water in my area. Just read the label.
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Old 08-28-2009, 11:16 AM   #12
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That was a task that my wife and I would fight over who had to do it. Eventually I ended up fuguring out how many ounces we would need for 1 day with one extra bottle. I then bought a pitcher that size and sterilized it then mixed it all in that and then poured it into bottles. We used boiled water that had cooled down.

Try to keep things clean but if you are a fanatic about it (disinfecting everything in the house) you actually end up hurting your kids by not letting their immune system get a workout.
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