Is It Safe to Drink Expired Milk?


Well stored milk can be safe to drink for about seven days after the expiration date. However, if the milk has spoiled, drinkers can get very ill from consuming expired milk.
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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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If milk has expired and gone "sour", then adults may experience nausea.
Louis Pasteur is the one who discovered how to make milk safe that is kind of why they call it "pasteurizing" milk.
Not med advice. Milk is safe 2-3 days after expiration date. Always be sure to smell your milk before you drink it. If you're concerned, don't do it.
You've gotten some reasonable answers here. Your nose will know, unless you have a cold, in which case you shouldn't be drinking milk. (It increases mucus production) Another fail-safe
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Usually milk will be ok to drink a few days after the expiration date if it has been kept refrigerated well. The best thing to do is pour a bit into a cup and ...
It all depends on what kind of milk you drink. If you drink whole milk or vitamin D, you can drink it a day after the expiration date. For lower fat milks you ...
As long as that milk doesn't smell or taste sour, you should be safe for a few more days after the expiration date. Once your milk is past the date, the only way ...
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