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.

Blue cheese wedge

Can Blue Cheese Go Bad?

Blue cheese has a very distinctive taste, but there’s one question about it that many people are thinking about: “can it go bad”?

Half a stick of butter

Can Butter Go Bad?

Butter is a product used by many people with a pretty long shelf life. As a matter of fact, it can go bad, but if you will store it properly – it will last.