Inducing Lactation Is Not An Option.
August 21, 2014 4:08 PM Subscribe
Problem: every time I buy a quart of milk, it spoils before I can use more than a few tablespoons. Goal: be able to drink coffee at home on the weekends without wasting a gallon of milk a month. Solution: ?????
posted by Sara C. to Food & Drink (58 answers total) 5 users marked this as a favorite
I live alone. I work long hours, and as such rarely eat breakfast at home. But on weekends, I like to get up early and drink coffee while I write. I take my coffee with milk, but since I only use milk in my coffee, I very quickly end up with lots of spoiled milk. Lately I've been getting up on the weekends and driving to a coffee shop, but it's cutting into my weekend writing schedule (once I'm dressed and out of the house, I tend to come up with a million other things to do besides write).
Help me come up with a solution to my milk problem!
Axiomatic: I take my coffee with milk. It has to be milk, not non-dairy creamer. I'm also pretty grossed out by the prospect of powdered milk.
All other bets are off. Think as deeply outside the box as you want, anything from frozen milk cubes to canned/condensed milk to a way to somehow use up a quart of milk a week despite almost never being home.