But (providing it is only slightly 'off' & therefore past the point of pleasant drinking, NOT milk that is actually physically trying to escape from the bottle) you could:
- use it to make scones
- make pancakes
- make yoghurt
- make a cake (I loved the sound of this coffee cake)
- use it in bread making
- use it in a recipe that has milk as an ingredient and will be cooked
- soak bone handled knives/cutlery in it to strengthen & maintain whiteness
- top it up with water & give your plants a calcium boost
- add it to your bathwater
- use it as a facial cleanser
- make clothes from it (yes, I was bemused too!)
To make pastuersied milk 'sour' you need to add a tsp of acid (lemon juice/vinegar) to about a litre of fresh milk & leave it for about 10 mins. Then you can make cottage cheese...I feel another project coming on! Alternatively you can use yoghurt as a cheap replacement for soured milk in recipes.
What other uses do you have for 'off' milk?
I'm talking slightly 'off' milk that wouldn't taste normal on your cornflakes, not curdled milk which should not be consumed raw.