In addition, opened milk should be stored tightly in its original container as the containers were specifically designed for this purpose.
Unfortunately freezing milk, although safe, isn't a great option.
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If you do freeze your milk, it will keep for about 3 Months in the freezer.
Although not a perfect test, your senses are usually the most reliable instruments to tell if your drink has gone bad.
Some common traits of bad milk are discoloration, lumpy texture and a very distinctive unclean sour smell (which you will notice when removing the lid).
Because of this distinction, you may safely use it to compliment your favorite meals even after its "sell by date" has lapsed, according to the table above if it is stored properly at all times.
Practicing proper hygiene and food safety techniques will help prevent foodborne illness.