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Can You Freeze Soy Milk?

By Edited Sep 26, 2016 0 0

Can you freeze soy milk? Can soy milk be frozen? As we all know, it is a common situation, when there are some leftovers after drinking soy milk. In most cases it is not useful at that time and there is nothing to combine it with. When this situation takes place, there are two probable solutions to deal with the problem - one of them is simple and it involves pouring it out or throwing away the container with the soy milk, because it is highly possible that the product will become useless after laying for some time in the fridge. Another solution is to freeze the soy milk to prolong its usefulness. This process is advisable and can be performed almost freely, but there are some extra aspects that one should take into consideration.

Can You Freeze Soy Milk?

When it is advisable to freeze soy milk?

Freezing this non dairy milk is rather an uncommon situation, and it takes place mainly in two cases. One of them is when the expiration date on the container is quite close to the present date (or the milk container is already opened and there is no use for the milk in the nearest couple of days). Fortunately soy milk can stay in room temperature without opening the container for quite a long time, because its expiration date is in most cases in about two months or more, so when the date on the label is far from the present day, there is no need to freeze the milk. The second option, when the milk should be frozen, is when there are some discounts while buying bigger amounts of soy milk. Then, when we know that we won’t be able to drink the whole milk that we bought, it is advisable to put it into the freezer to freeze it for later.

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Hints and tips concerning freezing soy milk

There are some important pieces of information that should be considered while speaking about freezing soy milk. Soy milk shouldn’t stay in the freezer for longer than few months, because after so excessive time in cold conditions, it would be spoiled after thawing.

The container in which the milk is frozen should have proper measurements or be partly emptied. It is vital due to the fact, that the soy milk has huge amounts of water in it, and while freezing, water changes its capacity and grows inside the container. If the container is too small, it can be torn to shreds or destroyed, and some of its content would spill over the surface of the freezer. It is also advisable to keep the milk in a hermetic container, to decrease the risk, that the milk will absorb odors from other products in the freezer.

There are also some drawbacks involved when it comes to soy milk freezing and then thawing. After this procedure, soy milk usually loses some of its taste and texture and many people consider it not as tasty as it was initially. After unfreezing, mixing or shaking the container is a must-do, because water tends to separate from other ingredients in the liquid.

 

Summary

To sum up – you can freeze soy milk if you really want or need to. Just remember that it can be less tasty and the texture can change after thawing. You should also bear in mind, that the soy milk should be frozen in a hermetic container, bigger than the amount of liquid to avoid destroying the container when the water will exceed container's size in freezing conditions.

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