Anyway, I recently tried to freeze milk, specifically, organic fat free milk in my brand new nifty deep freeze. Then I tried to unfreeze it. I had frozen and unfrozen a half gallon card board carton with good success, but I thought that I should really save money and freeze a full ONE GALLON PLASTIC CONTAINER OF MILK - Ta Da. So when I went into my deep freeze to get said ONE GALLON PLASTIC CONTAINER OF MILK the plastic container was bulging in a frightening way. I had to unfreeze it partiality in the sink because I was sure it would crack and leak as it defrosted. But nothing bad happened, and into the frig it went. So only 10 minutes ago I sat down to have a late night bowl of cereal (I'm a fan of breakfast for dinner) only to find that my ONE GALLON PLASTIC CONTAINER OF MILK is full of *ICK* water-milk. I haven't had milk this watery since my mom made us drink that reconstituted powdered milk when I was a kid, which tastes Nasty with a capital "N". I poured out several cups of my water-milk to see if it got better/thicker further into the container but no, it did not, so down the drain it went.
I ask you, please, can anyone tell me how to properly freeze a gallon of milk? Am I doomed to freezing only half gallons for life? If I get any good recommendations for this I'll pass them on, but only after I've tested them.
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