raw milk

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raw milk

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unpasteurized milk
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Noun1.raw milk - unpasteurized milk
milk - a white nutritious liquid secreted by mammals and used as food by human beings
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Rohmilch
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The infection can also be contracted by eating contaminated food or drinking unpasteurised milk.
Frequently harboured in unpasteurised milk, contaminated meat and in faeces, transmission of campylobacter is common where there is poor hygiene.
In France, 'liqueur de lait' is a similar recipe, involving the slow reducing of rich unpasteurised milk (the skin is skimmed off and used in other dishes chez Bras) which is then whisked with eau-de-vie or Cognac, making a very tasty tipple.
She explained that the new conditions and laws would help in the protection of the Victorians from the risks of drinking raw "bath" unpasteurised milk.
Here at Doddington, our hand-crafted cheeses are normally made from the unpasteurised milk of our own dairy herd, milked every single day since 1950 and one of only 22 herds left in the whole of Northumberland.
She added: "Robert Burns' mother grew up in Maybole and made the same kind of cheese from the same creamy, unpasteurised milk from Ayrshire cows, using the same methods as we do.
The academy in December also endorsed "a ban on the sale of raw or unpasteurised milk and milk products throughout the US, including the sale of certain raw milk cheeses, such as fresh cheese, soft cheeses and soft-ripened cheeses.
Pasteurisation destroys most harmful bacteria which leads to the quick fermentation of unpasteurised milk.
The FSA's impending unpasteurised milk review has provoked an acrimonious split in the UK's raw milk movement.
According to professor Hamed Osman of the Cairo University College of Veterinary Medicine, unpasteurised milk should be thoroughly boiled for at least five minutes, since the virus is present in the milk and can be traced there, before the symptoms of the disease show in the infected animal.
Following a periodical review of consumer health risks from unpasteurised milk and cream, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) have maintained their recommendation that pasteurisation is an important control measure in reducing the risks from consumption of raw milk.