Can You Get Sick from Spoiled Milk?

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It depends on how much you drink. If you just have a taste, that would be fine. If you drink too much, that would cause serioous problems such as gastroenteritis.
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If spoiled, goat's milk will have a bitter taste. Also, the smell of spoilage is unmistakable, possessing a similar rancid scent to spoiled cow's milk. The fat globules in goat's
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If ingested, spoiled milk will affect a person as any
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Milk spoils when you leave it outside of your refrigerator.For example:I ate cereal with milk .Then I leave the milk out.During that time it's spoiling.
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Under cooked chicken? Spoiled milk? You're probably going to get really really sick. You probably even exposed yourself to parasites. Please go to the doctor.
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Drinking Milk After the Expiration Date
Chances are most of us can confess to pulling a carton of milk out of the fridge, frowning when noticing the expiration date has passed and then unscrewing the lid to subject it to the "smell" test. When milk is pasteurized, most of the truly harmful bacteria... More »
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Spoiled milk will not make you sick just by drinking it. It may make you sick if you drink it and the taste disgusts you, but spoiled milk is used in some recipes and it's not harmful.
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If you happened to drink spoiled milk you could get very sick. Symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal pain, and vomiting. ...
Milk becomes spoiled over time, and usually only lasts up to 14 days after it is pumped from the cow. If milk is not kept cold enough, lactococci and lactobacilli ...
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