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Old 04-09-2008, 03:40 PM   #11
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You people are going to develop an ulcer worrying that your food is going to kill you!

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What to Do with Leftover Sour Milk and Cream

Personally, I have been using spolied milk for baking for almost 40 years now, ever since I saw my mother-in-law (first wife's mother) doing it, and she and her husband both lived to be over 80 years old.
Just think, they could have lived into their 90's if they would have paid more attention to good food practices
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Old 04-09-2008, 03:43 PM   #12
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Just think, they could have lived into their 90's if they would have paid more attention to good food practices
Heaven forbid! The reason she made it to 80 is she was too nasty to die!
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Old 04-09-2008, 06:05 PM   #13
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You have to figure out if it sour milk or is it simply gone bad. Pasteurized milk doesn’t become sour. It becomes bitter, bad. Sour milk is another word for buttermilk it is of the same consistency and practically the same taste. The pasteurized milk could only become sour if you really try to do so, by adding a yogurt culture for example, or by adding sour cream, for example. So before you ask the question tell us what it is that you have. Because sour milk is great for pancakes, bad milk is simply bad and is good for nothing. And people, why are you on her case? Person asked nicely, be nice.
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You have to figure out if it sour milk or is it simply gone bad. Pasteurized milk doesn’t become sour. It becomes bitter, bad. Sour milk is another word for buttermilk it is of the same consistency and practically the same taste. The pasteurized milk could only become sour if you really try to do so, by adding a yogurt culture for example, or by adding sour cream, for example. So before you ask the question tell us what it is that you have. Because sour milk is great for pancakes, bad milk is simply bad and is good for nothing. And people, why are you on her case? Person asked nicely, be nice.
totally agree with you, Charlie........and by adding sour cream or yougurt you are adding the good bacteria that was killed off by the pasteurization in the first place............
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