12 Less-Known Signs Your Food Has Gone BAD
#11. Your almond milk is thicker
We’ve already talked about dairy products and how they can go bad much quicker than other types of food – and cow’s milk makes no exception.
But what about plant-based milk?
When it comes to almond milk, for example, experts say it can last slightly longer than cow’s milk.
As a rule of thumb, if your non-dairy milk seems thicker, chunky or starts developing a film, it’s probably time to throw it away. This advice is valid regardless of the expiration date mentioned on the label, since that one is only valid for unopened products.