yup. as long as you use it up within 24 hours of it defrosting.
a little hint that helped me a lot: i froze 6-8 oz bags thinking dd would take that much when i needed frozen, but she never did. it actually takes milk a very long time to defrost in the fridge, and i didn't want to defrost it all quickly in warm water and lose the extra ounces. a great way to defrost milk in the fridge quickly without warming it is to put it into a container of tap water in the fridge. because the tap water is cold, it doesn't actually warm milk- it just defrosts it really quickly- within an hour or two. i then gently squished the bag to mix the layers, and poured out and warmed what i needed, saving the rest in the fridge for the next freeze.
fyi... when warming breast milk do not use overly hot water as they say this will kill off all t he benefits of the milk ( the antibodies) warm it with warm water but not boiling. I defrost mine in running warm water if I use the whole bay or defrost ini the fridge. They also say freeze only 2oz at at time they will defrost faster and waste less! but only t hing more bags, and they are expensive..lol I hope all this helps =) Good luck
i agree- i only warmed milk with warm/hot tap water
Thanks, I will just use the tap water. Thanks for clearing up all my confusion!