If you pour cream in your coffee and it’s lumpy like cottage cheese but it smells ok, is it bad or can you drink it?

If you pour cream in your coffee and it’s lumpy like cottage cheese but it smells ok, is it bad or can you drink it?

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  1. The cream is curdled. Yes, it is possible to drink it, but it will taste off.
    Essentially the cream is spoiled. If you are fine with drinking spoiled cream curdling in your coffee, have at it.
    With all due respect, my only question to you is, “Why do you think so little of yourself that you would willingly consume spoiled cream rather than getting fresh?”.
    But, that’s a question for you to answer yourself.

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  2. Likely yes – because cream clusters on storing – i.e. it naturally thickens as it ages.
    Particularly if it dries out a little if in an open top jug etc. …
    If it smells fine, and the lumps disperse on stirring – and it tastes fine – then no problem. Especially if it’s within shelf-life and ha been stored correctly in accord with the recommendations..

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  3. It’s bad. I would not drink it because of unpleasant taste and texture. We’re talking lumpsville here: a little thickness in the cream that dissipates slowly with stirring, I can turn a blind eye to. Is it going to hurt you to drink it? Not at all, but why drink it if you don’t enjoy it?

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