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By n / Saturday 4 April 2015 18:23 / United States
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By  Weiss_Schnee  |  14

Am I the only one that checks the use by date? Plus couldn't you taste it?

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By  Weiss_Schnee  |  14

Am I the only one that checks the use by date? Plus couldn't you taste it?

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  ashieme2009  |  12

No, the date printed on a milk container is the use by date. Most items have this, only a few have a "most fresh by" date. I worked in manufacturing snack cakes and other such items for too long. I am also a cook, so using milk past the due date can make someone very ill if it is too far past the date.

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  nattlecakes  |  19

I never go by the date. If you go by the date and throw it out as soon as it "expires" you are wasting milk. Usually milk is good for like a week after the expiration date on the carton

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  DoomSkuller  |  28

To my experience, sometimes the milk is still good a week or two after the use by date, but usually not. When it gets foul smelling and even just partially lumpy is when I throw it out

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  sdroze1389  |  31

You can smell when milk goes bad

By  dicamillo27  |  11

seems unlikely that, that's what caused it. the bacteria that grows in sour milk only makes you sick because of the taste of it. the actual bacteria doesn't do any harm to your body.

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  dicamillo27  |  11

it made you want to rip your own throat out? damn.

By  BoredomIsReal  |  13

You deserved it because you should be able to taste it. Or look at the use by date

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  soullyfe  |  29

Her nose was stuffed; it probably messed up her taste buds. Plus, her boyfriend is the one who made breakfast for her, so obviously she wouldn't have gotten up to check.

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