With the price of milk gradually increasing, with no signs of stopping, savvy consumers are taking to freezing milk in order to save on milk-purchasing costs. While you may be unwilling to freeze milk, it's actually a very safe process that extends the life of your milk.
- Skill level:
Things you need
- Plastic bottles and lids
Pour the milk into the plastic bottles, leaving about 1/4 inch to 1 inch of space unfilled.
Seal the tops of the bottles with airtight caps.
Place the plastic milk bottles into the freezer.
Tips and warnings
- Frozen milk is good for up to 3 months.
- The frozen milk may turn yellowish, but the milk is still good to drink.
- Not all plastic bottles are capable of being frozen. However, most grocery-store milk bottles are safe to freeze.
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