Asked by: Yollotl Juravelasked in category: General Last Updated: 13th January, 2020
How do I dispose of chicken stock?
Also know, can chicken stock go down the drain?
You could drink it — it's called broth. But if you don't want it, mix some dish soap in there to break up the fat, then toss it down the drain. Or wait for it to cool. You made chicken broth.
One may also ask, how do you dispose of broth? Easiest among them would be to use a strainer: Simply pour the soup into the strainer over the sink, let the liquids drain away and then toss the remaining solids into the trash. If you don't own a strainer, well, you should probably grow up and get one.
Similarly, you may ask, can you pour chicken fat down the drain?
But that bacon grease, chicken fat, even vegetable oil causes big problems. Any fat down the drain can clog the pipes in your house. Unless it causes the toilet to back up or you have to call a plumber, it may seem like just a nuisance. The worst problems happen when it gets into the sewer.
Is it OK to pour milk down the sink?
Milk should not be put down the drain Putting milk (or any other dairy products for that matter) down the drain can have serious environmental consequences. This is because milk requires large quantities of oxygen to be broken down into the environment, depriving other organisms of the air they need to survive.