from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To subject (a beverage or other food) to pasteurization.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To heat food for the purpose of killing harmful organisms such as bacteria, viruses, protozoa, molds, and yeasts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To subject to pasteurization.
- transitive v. To treat by pasteurism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To perform Pasteurization; sterilize fermented liquors, as beer or wine, by heat.
- To subject to the process of Pasteurism.
- To subject to the process of Pasteurization.
- Also spelled Pasteurise.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. heat food in order to kill harmful microorganisms
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Fail to properly sterilize your containers or thoroughly pasteurize your produce and you may be rewarded with a pantry full of bottled botulism: "When you make a mistake with canning," Mr. Meyer warns, "you can get you and your family very sick."
A federal judge this week tossed out a lawsuit aimed at blocking new rules from the Department of Agriculture requiring growers to pasteurize their almonds.
In order to make your ice cream from scratch, you have to pasteurize your base, so that's kind of the step that most people don't do.
Unlike most ice cream shops, Penny Ice doesn't buy pre-made bases, which means they have to pasteurize their homemade base in-house.
SCIENCE MATTERS | Mr. Smith uses a PH meter to make sure the acidity is at a safe-enough level to pasteurize bottled "ready-to-drink" teas without preservatives.
SweetWater doesn't pasteurize its beers, which makes them hard to ship, so Georgia ex-pats should head to Adams Morgan for a rare chance to grab SweetWater's super-hoppy 420 Extra Pale Ale, the crisp Sweetwater IPA, Road Trip Pilsner and the popular SweetWater Blue, an ale made with fresh blueberries.
They can change their formula or production methods to lessen the alcohol, pasteurize their drinks, or market their drinks as alcohol.
Foods with processed eggs should be safe because processors are required by law to pasteurize eggs sold in liquid, frozen or dried form.
And you can pasteurize them, which not only cleans the outside, but kills the bugs in the interior of the egg.
The Abooman women have worked with the Ecumenical Association for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development (ECASARD) and Heifer International to learn how to raise and care for dairy cows, make yogurt, and pasteurize for milk for sale to the local community and for sale to schools.