- adj. Not pasteurized.
- adj. not having undergone pasteurization
- From the French scientist Louis Pasteur; un- + pasteurized (Wiktionary)
“Hedgebrook is one of the few places in the area where you can get raw, unpasteurized milk straight from the cow.”
“For that reason, it is illegal in many states to sell unpasteurized milk.”
“According to reports, the family was held at gunpoint while agents searched the premises for unpasteurized dairy products.”
“When you were a wee thing, living in the country, I felt excited that I could buy good quality unpasteurized cow and goat milk straight from the farmer.”
“Prazdroj also has over 600 domestic locations that sell its beers from tanks rather than kegs, cutting down on packaging and shipping costs and proving a hit with beer lovers because that beer is unpasteurized.”
“Unfortunately for SABMiller, for legal and logistical reasons it is unable to capitalize on two advantages Prazdroj enjoys on its home market: its fast-growing nonalcoholic beer and a network of restaurants that pour beer not from kegs, but unpasteurized from airtight tanks.”
“She doesn't believe unpasteurized milk is dangerous, especially if it comes from cows fed on grass rather than corn.”
“The debate over the health attributes and risks of raw milk are spilling into statehouses and courtrooms across the country as proponents of unpasteurized dairy products push to make it easier for people to buy them.”
“Feces-contaminated water, vegetables and fruit, as well as unpasteurized milk or juice, can also cause infection.”
“Maybe you can't cry over spilled milk, but that doesn't mean you can't have big fights if it's unpasteurized.”
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