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By  Weiss_Schnee  |  14

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By  Weiss_Schnee  |  14

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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

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By  dicamillo27  |  11

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  dicamillo27  |  11

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By  BoredomIsReal  |  13

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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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