If your milk is about to reach it’s expiration date, there’s no need to toss it out. Instead put it in your freezer! Here’s how to freeze milk!
How To Freeze Milk
-Use a freezer proof and airtight container made from glass or plastic.
-Empty your bottle of milk into the container and make sure to leave about 2 inches of space at the top, because milk will expand when it freezes.
-Use a label or label maker to note the date on the container.
-The night before use, take the milk out of the freezer and let it sit in the fridge to thaw.
-Store the milk in the fridge for up to 2 months.
Why Freeze Milk?
With everything happening the world right now due to the pandemic, it only makes sense to buy enough milk to last your family for a while.
Also, we are all wasting a lot of food, so freezing milk is something you can do even when there’s not an disastrous event happening.
How Long Does Milk Last In The Freezer?
If you’re using a proper, airtight container, milk can be kept in the freezer for up to 2 months.
When thawed, be sure to use the milk within 10 days and note the date on the container.
How Do I know If Milk Is Bad?
Spotting the signs of spoiled milk is easy! The consistency changes and the milk gets a strong smell, changes color and lumps up.
Toss it out when you notice any of these things!