Share on ThriftyFunThis guide contains the following solutions. Have something to add? Please share your solution!
Now that I'm making yogurt, I always have whey leftover. It can be used to replace liquid in baking, diluted for watering plants, as a starter for yogurt, as an addition to pet food,and can be added to the compost pile.
This picture shows frozen whey. You can freeze whey and use as needed.
Source: Read online - various sources
I'm watching carbs and sugar. I was told whey has a lot of carbs. I could be wrong, though.
I agree, after looking at the nutritional contents. Lots of carbs and sugar, not much protein.
It's also terrific in home-made soup and wonderful in the bath tub (for silky skin).