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Sonsmithh
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Preservation techniques

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How would one go about preserving breast milk into a powder form? I am wanting to mix this powder into epoxy resin to make jewlrey. Its pretty common but nobody shares how they do it.
I thought pasteurizing the milk and mixing with citric acid would do the trick, but I feel it would yellow or turn brown over time... It would need to be timeless essentially..any ideas?
Would I be on the right track looking in to how flour is bleached? Or would the properties react badly with the epoxy resin?
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