A couple days should be fine. But after that you are no longer drinking milk, you are eating Cottage Cheese.
If milk is stored properly up to the expiration date, nothing should happen if you drink the milk soon after. If you drink the milk long after expiry, you might get sick. For fresh milk the expiration date is known as the Use by date. Up to and including that date, the processor can be sure that no problems will happen. After that, there is no assurance that harmful bacteria is not present. This is why proper storage is extremely important.
Until the expiration date.
Uhh... never that's why its an expiration date!More informationAround here, the date on the milk carton is a not an expiration date. If it was of initial good quality and has been handled and stored properly, the milk should be OK up to 5 days or even a week beyond the date on the package. A week or two even milk is still good after the expiration date.
Skim milk. The more fat in the milk, the longer it takes to spoil; cream will last a relatively long time, and butter can be left out on the counter for some time. While milk may often still taste norma and be safe to drink shortly after the expiration date, it is not recommended to push your luck.
It all depends on what kind of milk
The date on the package is usually a 'sell by' date. Stored properly, good quality milk should keep at least 5 days beyond that.
It is okay as long as it does not smell bad. Do not let sit up to a week after the expiration date. Even if it does not look bad it may cause mild harm to the person that drinks it but if it is maximum 4 days after the expiration and it does not seem to have gone bad it okay to drink.
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Milk is normally good 5-7 days after the expiration date printed on the container
An expiration date is when something that has to be kept in the fridge, such as milk, goes bad. The date tells you when it is about to go bad.
Pretty much until it goes moldy or tastes gross, I never check the expiration date unless on meat, or milk.
If it smelled sour and disgusting then it is expired. You could read the expiration date or you can drink it and see if you get sick.
In most cases (all?), yes, it is.
It depends what kind of expiration date like on milk or food or drinks it should say A black Print that says a month and a date and the year thats the expiration date...
If the milk is in an unopened can, yes. Then it will stay safe up to 5 days.
Generally, evaporated milk last for about one year. However, it is best to check the expiration date on the can to be sure.
No, ranch would get sour and bitter like milk after the expiration date.
Some feel it is, but that expiration date is there for a reason. And a container of milk is simply not worth the risk of getting sick. I always go by the golden rule: "When in doubt, throw it out."
There should be an expiration date on the container.
NO!! Nothing should be eaten after the expiration date. That's like saying you can drink spoiled milk.
Unopened canned evaporated milk will last for between nine and twelve months after the date printed on the can. Opened evaporated milk will last for approximately four days.
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NOOO. yogurt is made from milk would you drink milk after its expiration date?Milk that's gone past it's expiry has begun to culture bacteria causing it to go sour, whereas joghurt is milk specifically cultured with specific bacteria, so if you're eating joghurt you basically ARE drinking milk past it's expiration date, but, hey, let's just answer things without researching anything, right?