Or rather, what to do with it before you recycle, throw it in the bin, or use it around the house for some mysterious purpose. I know I can’t be the only person that dumps a tablespoon or two of water into the milk jug to swish out the last bit. At any rate, I do, and this leaves a milk wash that can be used in any number of ways. It probably doesn’t save much milk, but I figure it must add up over the course of a year or two.
So, what to do with this one or two tablespoons of watery milk? The possibilities are endless, but here you go…
1. Any baking recipe that calls for milk, just dump it in to the rest of the milk.
2. Use in baking recipes that only call for a few tablespoons of liquid in place of what is called for
3. Dump it in to any cream soup, and finish off with regular milk.
4. Use it in making creamy dressings.
5. Use it in as a wash to top baked goods before baking.
6. Use it as a liquid for making a spread for sandwiches, for instance if making a flavored butter or cheese spread.
7. Dump it into the glass of milk. I promise that you can’t tell the difference.