Most of us eat dairy products every day, be it butter, milk, or cream cheese.

But that doesn’t always mean we know the ins and outs of storage, shelf life, and spoilage of those products.

Maybe there’s an open container of heavy cream that sits in the fridge for a week already. Or your buttermilk smells more like sour cream.

If that’s the first time for you, you might not know what to do with those dairy products. Should you discard them or use them anyway?

That’s what the articles help you figure out.

Opened sour cream: visible separation

Can Sour Cream Go Bad?

Can sour cream go bad? Sour cream has a short shelf life so storing it properly is a must to maximize your supply. Find out how with this guide

Parmesan in package

Can Parmesan Cheese Go Bad?

Can parmesan cheese go bad? Parmesan cheese may have a long shelf life but it won’t keep forever. Here’s how to store parmesan cheese properly

Powdered milk in a cup

Can Powdered Milk Go Bad?

Can powdered milk go bad? Powdered milk has a long shelf life but it won’t keep forever. Learn the proper way to store powdered milk with this guide