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Can milk be stored frozen?
When stored frozen, the water in milk crystallizes, causing undesirable effects such as rupturing fat globule membranes, coagulation of fat, and clumping of proteins. When the milk is thawed, it may seem grainy or watery.

Milk freezes at temperatures of around -0.5 ℃, so it is best to carefully select storage locations for milk which are not directly exposed to the cold air vents of the refrigerator.