I was wondering about storing the NIDO milk in mylar with oxygen absorbers how long do you think it would last in a room about 70 degrees year round? THANKS!
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Having done a bunch of Google searches on this question I find that some people have consumed NIDO milk that was over 2 years past the Use By date and it was still fresh. Keep in mind that this is made in Mexico and Mexico is HOT and refrigeration is often a luxury, and canned goods always go bad faster in hot weather. NIDO milk is fine regardless of the storage date as long as it hasn't changed color - darkened - or smells funny, as in rancid. Even if it is rancid, how rancid? A lot? A little? I still drink store milk even after it starts to give off that sour smell, as long as the taste is only just a little off. It won't hurt me. From what I've read, rancid milk fats are the least harmful kind.I was wondering about storing the NIDO milk in mylar with oxygen absorbers how long do you think it would last in a room about 70 degrees year round? THANKS!
Yes I know but thanks anyway. I wondered how long it would last in mylar with oxygen absorbers?