I have discovered that if I get to the store in the morning that the guy that works in dairy is marking all the milk that is about to expire down to $1 or $1.50 per gallon. I stock up and take it home and freeze what we won't use that day. We drink a lot of milk here and this is the only way I can afford organic which is usually $6 per gallon. It is a little different after its been frozen, but tastes the same. I think that freezing it slows down the spoiling process even after it thaws.
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