Aug 18, 2015 ... You've probably heard the joke (or seen the Seinfeld episode) about sour cream:
It's already sour, so how do you know when it goes bad?
Does yogurt go bad? Yes, it does, but not as quickly as you might think. Yogurt is
a dairy product produced by the bacterial fermentation of milk and most yogurt ...
Even though yogurt is a product of fermentation of milk, similarly to other dairy
products, yogurt does spoil. Since yogurt is known as one of the healthiest dairy ...
Jan 27, 2011 ... What did people do before everything was date-stamped? ... I agree with dbcurrie
, I've had commercially grown yogurt go bad, it looks yellow or ...
Aug 31, 2015 ... In other words, most foods don't "go bad" or become unhealthy to eat when ...
When it comes to yogurt, you just have to ask: Does it smell right?
Cultured milk products rarely become unsafe. Yogurt in particular is so acidic and
teeming with bacteria already that it can't really go bad per se ...
Some people may think that as long as yogurt stays refrigerated it will stay fresh
indefinitely. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Yogurt will spoil eventually even if
Apr 23, 2015 ... Don't throw that expired yogurt out just yet—it may still be safe to eat. ... to spoil or
the canned beans will go bad so that you'll be reminded to use them ... “What's
limiting American designers is that we're afraid to do something ...
How to tell if yogurt is bad? The best way is to smell and look at the yogurt: signs
of spoilage include a highly runny and watery consistency, a clumpy texture and
The Federal Food Safety department advises that yogurt held in temperatures
above 40 ... How long does cooked lobster stay fresh? ... A: Meat can spoil within
an hour when left out in temperatures of 90 degrees Fahrenheit or higher and ...