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- v. Present participle of pasteurise.
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Western science knows perfectly well that enzymes are fragile compounds that are easily destroyed by exposure to high heat, excess moisture, oxygen, radiation, and synthetic chemicals, all of which occur during cooking, canning, refining, preserving and pasteurising food.
Rhys Lougher himself was inspired by a visit abroad in 2004 to set up a pasteurising plant on the family farm near Porthcawl to sell milk to local customers.
The Pastair process doesn't cost more than any pasteurising technique and it is also more environmentally friendly, Pastair stated.
As quoted by Pastair, Ola Erici, Skane Dairy's chief executive officer, said the company has always considered using cold pasteurising for its operations, but until now the process has been too expensive or too difficult to put into production.
It is also exploring the options of marketing the technology to egg farmers or producers, or pasteurising eggs on behalf of egg farmers.
Maybe this is because we insist on pasteurising everything.
As far as I was aware camra was an organisation that made rules for its endorsed beers and ciders, (Although I do disagree with the cider stance regarding pasteurising) Artificial carbonation is something that I would uphold, due to the fact that a lot of producers spend time effort and money producing drinks that have natural carbonation, these are mainly small producers so they deserve to be supported.