Friday, March 18, 2011

How To Freeze Milk For Later Use

Freezing Milk- Going to the store just for milk can be expensive these days considering the current gas prices. Here's how to freeze milk- Buy the half gallon size. It fits better in the freezer and defrosts quicker. Open the jug and pour out half a glass. This is to allow for the milk expanding when frozen. Replace the lid and put the jug in the freezer. When you are ready to defrost, place it on the counter or put it in the fridge. Allow three to four days for defrosting in the fridge. After defrosting, shake the milk thoroughly.

If Borden milk is sold in your area here's a free printable coupon for 75 cents off one gallon or two half gallons. Just click on the tab that says "coupons".


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