If there's an increased amount of liquid or any liquid in containers that don't usually have it, then it's gone bad. Of course if you see mold, that is a surefire sign to toss your yogurt out. Finally, take a whiff if there's no liquid or mold. If it smells sour, it's time to get rid of it.
In this regard, how many days can you eat yogurt after the expiration date?
Yogurt. Say goodbye to days of throwing out your half-eaten tub of yogurt, because this is another dairy product you can eat after its package labels it "expired." Open yogurt will spoil sooner than unopened yogurt, but sealed yogurt will usually last one to two weeks past the sell-by date.
How long does yogurt stay good in fridge?
Yogurt Expiration Date
|Yogurt lasts for||2-3 Weeks||1-2 Months|
|Yogurt With Fruit lasts for||7-10 Days||1-2 Months|
|Past Printed Date||Past Printed Date|
How long can we keep homemade yogurt?
(You can learn more about How Long Cultures Last here.) Once you've activated the starter culture and started making yogurt, your homemade yogurt is generally good for eating for up to 2 weeks, when stored in the refrigerator. For re-culturing, we recommend using the yogurt within 7 days to make a new batch.