buy generic milk...it's the exact same as regular milk....i would know, i work at a grocery store and we have hiland milk and harps milk...the generic version, it all comes from hiland, parts prolly even come from the same cow....and to answer your question yes you can freeze it but like Tenchiro said, jus buy less milk
You can freeze it, but I wouldn't unless you are planning on partially freezing it and using it to make milkshakes... A few frozen milk shards with ice cream and milk makes a milkshake 100 times better...
Milk can be frozen and thawed in the refrigerator or in cold water and is safe for consumption. However, the quality of the milk is affected, so it is generally not recommended. The milk protein becomes destabilized and you may see changes in the "texture" of the milk. It still is safe and wholesome.
How do fortified soy drinks compare to milk for calcium and other nutrients?
According to a report in the May 2000 issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, calcium-fortified soy milk is not as good a source of calcium as it seems. Although a label may indicate calcium-fortified soy milk contains the same amount of calcium as a cup of cow's milk, the bioavailability is not the same. Bioavailability means how much of the nutrient is absorbed into the body.
Researchers conducted an investigation on the bioavailability of calcium-fortified soy milk and cow's milk on 16 healthy men. After an overnight fast the men drank either one serving of soy milk or cow's milk, each containing 300 mg of calcium. The results showed that the amount of calcium absorbed from the soy milk was about 25% less than that from cow's milk.