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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of pasteurise.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having been subjected to pasteurization in order to halt fermentation

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Examples

  • The pathogen also has been found in pasteurised and refrigerated foods, such as pasteurised fluid milk and soft-ripened cheeses.

    MeatProcess RSS

  • I am a bit confused ... cause I am sure I haven't seen pasteurised eggs before?

    Easter Sugar Cookies

  • Just one question ... is the pasteurised egg whites, the same powdery stuff you buy to make pavolova?

    Easter Sugar Cookies

  • The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says 'partygoers and partythrowers' should avoid juice that hasn't been pasteurised or otherwise processed.

    Nathalie Rothschild: Halloween and the Scaremongering Health-and-Safety Brigade

  • More than 99% of milk consumed in the UK is pasteurised.

    New strain of MRSA superbug may have spread from cattle to humans

  • Seeing as eggnog is full of potentially hazardous milk and eggs (albeit pasteurised), I wasn't going to hedge my bets that someone drinking the rest of it was going to walk away unscathed.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Unlike the 13bn litres of normal milk processed each year by three main processors in 100 sites across the UK, this raw milk is not pre-chilled, siloed, separated, homogenised, pasteurised and refrigerated before being trucked to retailers.

    Milking the moment

  • In the case of 'not from concentrate' juice, the liquid is pasteurised and 'deaerated' so it doesn't oxidise.

    Squeezed

  • I forgot to mention ... pasteurise your honey if you don't know it is already pasteurised.

    Resolution: Read more blogs.

  • Real cider is a long-established traditional drink which is produced naturally from apples and is neither carbonated nor pasteurised.

    Archive 2008-05-01

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