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Remember, no unpasturized honey to infants because of botulism risks.
It's Honey Season! Time for Honey Soap! Anne-Marie 2008
Why do I own share of a cow in the Shenandoah Valley in order to get a half gallon of unpasturized milk each week?
A person doesn't have to look to very far in the US to find food poisoning from a resturant making lots of people ill (or, a few years ago, unpasturized juices in the grocery store), or some employee who had hepatitis potentially exposing hundreds of people, all of whom rush to get gamma globulin shots.
I buy unpasturized milk form another farmer, and turn that into youghurt and cheese.
Community Supported Agriculture Athanasius 2008
There must be enough of a market to justify selling unpasturized milk, and especially at these prices.
By point of comparison, a person can be sentenced up to five years if they lie to a federal officer (a point to remember the next time you're bringing unpasturized French cheese through U.S. customs ....) -- and eight years if the lie has some connection to terrorism.
He said it's all in the sauce (barring the fact that you can't get unpasturized cheese curd here, of course).
permission granted 2005
My doctor told me to make sure to eat unpasturized and grass-fed dairy, but it still seems to make me congested and sickly.
Milk Chug on Train GreenFertility 2006
It can be present in uncooked or undercooked meat, poultry, eggs, or unpasturized dairy products, as well as other foods contaminated during harvest, production, or packaging.
In Europe, people eat unpasturized cheese (and drink milk that isn't either) all their lives and never have a problem.