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

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


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  • • Unpasteurized soft cheeses: To make sure a cheese is safe, look for the term pasteurized milk on the label.

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  • Look for the word pasteurized (cooked) on cheese labels, and avoid cheeses (such as blue cheese or Brie) that aren’t pasteurized.

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  • For the last 30 years, the citrus industry has used flavor packs to process what the Food and Drug Administration identifies as "pasteurized" orange juice.

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  • Umpqua Dairy recalls pasteurized milk and juice due to 23 Salmonella Braenderup cases

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  • The verified empirically scientific theory is "non-life tends to remain non-life" and this was the case since Pasteur's famous swan-neck flask experiments where he "pasteurized" away the bacteria.

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  • Emma, to start with, both foods are pasteurized, meaning they are sterilized.

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  • Food and Drug Administration FDA has decided to relax its stance on food labeling to allow some foods which have been irradiated to be labeled as "pasteurized" instead.

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  • Thus processed tomato products such as pasteurized tomato juice, soup, sauce, and ketchup contain the highest concentrations of bioavailable lycopene.

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  • This is what a democracy free of impurities, a truly "pasteurized" democracy is (laughter and applause).


  • Milk may be preserved for several days if "pasteurized" or

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