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Saving Money on Dairy

December 1, 2005

A few times, after finding the cottage cheese container buried in the back of the fridge, well past its expiration date, I've tossed it out. Recently, I got ready to toss out another container, but had a 2nd thought. I opened the container and it was soured. I poured the cottage cheese in a colander and ran cool water over it, till it was thoroughly rinsed.

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I let it drain until hardly any more water was dripping out of it. I tasted it, and it tasted fine, not soured like it had been earlier. I was able to use it in my recipe and the food dish was fine, tasted great. So all this time, I've been wasting money by tossing it out. I won't be doing that anymore.

By Terri from NV

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If you are concerned about the fat levels in full cream milk, the most cost effective solution is to dilute whole homogenized milk 50/50 with water, rather than buying semi-skimmed. This means that you get twice the amount of milk for the same money.

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February 6, 2009

With the cost of milk so high, you can save a little by using evaporated milk for cereal and cooking and saving jug milk for drinking. Also once the can is opened you can keep the rest fresh and ready by pouring into an ice tray and freezing into cubes.

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September 9, 2005

When buying dairy, always buy the largest container possible. Check the expiration date and make sure you will be able to use it before it expires, especially with items like milk and eggs that are difficult to freeze.

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May 27, 2005

When buying dairy at the grocery store, be sure to check the "use by" or "sell buy" date on the packaging. If the date is not to your liking, grab a carton of milk from the back of shelf. The same goes for any dairy products.

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December 1, 2018

Reducing the amount of fat in your milk can be accomplished by diluting your milk with water. This page is about make your own 2% milk at home.

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February 3, 2017

One way to save money on milk is to either use powdered milk instead or to at least substitute it in recipes where the different taste is not detectable. This is a page about save money using powdered milk.

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February 18, 2017

Storing your cottage upside down in the fridge can help to extend its shelf life. This is a page about storing cottage cheese upside down.

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February 5, 2017

This is a page about saving money on milk. Depending on your family's needs and your storage facilities, there are a variety of ways to save on milk purchases.

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February 3, 2017

Save money by making your own coffee creamer. Learn how to make liquid non-dairy creamer from powdered in this page.

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