Yogurt is a dairy product that can spoil within 24 hours if left out at room temperature. Keep uneaten yogurt refrigerated to avoid spoilage.Know More
Store unopened yogurt in the refrigerator for seven to 10 days past its printed sell-by date. Do not store opened yogurt for more than five to seven days.
It is possible to freeze yogurt indefinitely, but it will lose its flavor and quality after one to two months. Always thaw out frozen yogurt in the refrigerator and never at room temperature.
If yogurt becomes runny, clumpy or produces a foul odor, consider it spoiled. Discard the product to avoid the risk of foodborne illness.Learn more about Food Spoilage
The United States Food and Drug Administration states that freshly made hard-boiled eggs should not be exposed to room temperature for more than two hours after being cooked. Hard-boiled eggs should also not be exposed to room temperatures for more than two hours after being refrigerated or reheated. Improper handling and storage of egg products increases the chances of getting food poisoning or contracting salmonella.Full Answer >
Buttermilk is classified as a dairy product; therefore, it does expire. Buttermilk is a processed food and its expiration varies by type and storage methods.Full Answer >
Yogurt remains safe to eat unrefrigerated for 4 to 6 hours. The processes used to create this dairy product increase the acidity of milk which also helps to prevent spoilage.Full Answer >
Yogurt that has gone bad will have a small amount of liquid at its surface, curdled yogurt towards the bottom of the container and mold. Normally, yogurt lasts 2 to 3 weeks in the refrigerator, and can last 1 to 2 months in a freezer, assuming it has not been opened. Once opened, it lasts about a week in the refrigerator and 1 month in the freezer.Full Answer >