pasteurized[ pas-chuh-rahyz, pas-tuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF pasteurized
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PASTEURIZED
If there is any doubt of the cleanliness, the milk should be pasteurized.
Pasteurized milk should not be kept more than a couple of days.
Milk may be preserved for several days if "pasteurized" or "sterilized."
After the specific amount has been selected, this milk should be pasteurized.
The bottles of milk to be pasteurized are hung in the water in the barrel.
This was caused by a diet of pasteurized milk and dehydrated vegetables.
These are the preparation of sterilized and Pasteurized milk.
It is of vital importance when the milk must be pasteurized.
If we are not certain of its purity or keeping qualities, it should be pasteurized at home.
The cream is then pasteurized and aerated to expel the odors as much as possible.
1881, with -ize, after Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), French chemist and bacteriologist, who invented the process of heating food, milk, wine, etc., to kill most of the micro-organisms in it; distinguished from sterilization, which involves killing all of them. The surname is literally "Pastor." Related: Pasteurized; pasteurizing.
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