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Yeah, I keep it in the door.
It's not something I'd previously considered but I'll be sure to keep my eye on it now and report back!
in the fridge in summer, so No.
I have lactose free milk, which seems never to go off as far as I can tell.
Do you find that milk turns quicker in the summer EVEN IN YOUR FRIDGE?
regardless of season.
Ha! Your family can't drink milk quickly.
that we have problems with.
not enough time guzzling milk!
but a necessary evil if you can't handle lactose.
My milk is too big to stand up straight, and lying it flat would keep me up at night if it had been opened - I'd be spending a lot of time checking the cap is on. A LOT.
I keep it in the door myself
my thorough research as part of my PhD revealed that milk containers are in the top 5 leakiest vessels for transporting refrigerated liquids.
the period of overlap between a new one and one which about to run out, if there's no room in the door then one gets put on the shelf
I bet it's a straw hat
Maybe not your NI milk but over on the mainland they sure do!
or separate your shelves better so your milk fits in properly
in answer to the original question, no, but that's mainly because the kids guzzle milk waaay before it has a chance to turn
take note, balonzes!
shame all these sippers
so I will go for an average of 11 (not counting milk consumed away from home)
mainly the kids, bit on my cereal
©Balonz's dad (Mega-Balonz)
on a humid summer night
wait until autumn?
come on DD, you're better than that.
Have to order less in our weekly delivery than in winter for exactly this reason.