By freezing milk, you can take advantage of milk sale prices and two-for-one deals. Many households, like ours, can’t use more than a gallon of milk before it expires. But, often milk is cheaper if you buy a two-gallon pack and at times stores will have special offers where you get a free gallon of milk when buying x number of boxes of cereal – so it’s nice to take advantage of those deals.
Your freezer can come to the rescue in this situation! To freeze a gallon of milk, all you need to do is remove about one cup of milk from the gallon to allow for expansion and then store upright in your freezer. Remove the milk from the freezer a couple of days before you need it, as it generally takes about 2 or 3 days to fully thaw in your refrigerator. Before using, shake well as it will separate after freezing. Low fat and skim milk work best as there will be more separation in whole milk.
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