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I bought some milk today on a special offer, its expiration date being tomorrow, and after leaving it outside, in one of the still-sealed boxes, for a few hours, the milk went bitter.

But milk always changes to a sour taste when it expires, not bitter, or so I thought. Someone told me that there might be powdered milk inside, and that would spell trouble for the store.

More information about this is welcome.

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Rory M Jul 23 at 12:56

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Could you explain the difference between sour and bitter? –  Rory M Jul 23 at 12:57

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