Can I eat it? Snowpocalypse 2.0 edition
February 10, 2014 3:12 PM Subscribe
So...Ralph forgot I had already made a milk and bread run and bought another gallon-but didn't check the date (it was the last gallon at that convenience store. )
So, I opened it for milk for my coffee and right after I poured it noticed the date. Feb 4th. This is the 10th. And then I noticed the slight curding once it met my coffee and generic sweet and low. It didn't smell or taste sour, but it did leave a few curds at the bottom of the cup (yes, I drank it.)
So, my question is this: Since obviously this is not fresh milk, and since I DO have other milk in the house-what milkusing recipes can I use this for?
posted by St. Alia of the Bunnies to Food & Drink (27 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
I am already planning a batch of cheese biscuits, but that will hardly scratch the surface. What can I do with this milk besides pour it out or feed it to the outside apartment community stray cat? Hive mind, I look to you....
(I know there is a previous question that alludes to this, but I really want some recipes. I know the milk won't KILLme.