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
Translations
Rohmilch
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The Dairy, which produces handmade cheeses and luxury ice cream, has already achieved international acclaim for its range of unpasteurised milk cheeses - Doddington, Berwick Edge and Cuddy's Cave.
Fortunately we have not been badly hit, but cheesemakers who produce unpasteurised cheese are having real problems because of movement restrictions on unpasteurised milk, " she said.
To reduce the risk of food poisoning, drink bottled water and avoid green salads, uncooked vegetables, unpeeled fruit, ice cubes, unpasteurised milk and ice-creams from unreliable sources.
Nine years later Lightwood Cheese boasts at least four varieties of cheese, all made with unpasteurised milk b ecause that is what "the serious cheese eater is looking for".
Cheese made from unpasteurised milk is a living thing and simply changes as it ages.
Call me sadistic if you will, but I'd like nothing better than to see the servants immolating themselves in old-fashioned bread ovens, catching botulism from the unpasteurised milk or impaling themselves on meat hooks, just like their forebears used to do.
We know the bug is present in chicken and unpasteurised milk and that correct cooking kills it stone dead.
Fans of unpasteurised milk, which is sold to the public in green-topped bottles, are opposed to outlawing the sale of a drink which they claim has been drunk for 1,000 years without any ill effects.
After the announcement at the awards dinner in Cheltenham at the weekend, John made an impassioned appeal to stop a proposed ban on cheese made from raw, unpasteurised milk.
Don't eat pates, unpasteurised milk, blue or soft unpasteurised cheeses as they may contain listeria.
Traditionally, unpasteurised milk is compressed and wrapped in a cloth, which may be waxed and the cheese is then allowed to age.
Scientists are backing Government plans to ban sales of unpasteurised milk favoured by the Royal Family after a study revealed more than one in five bottles were contaminated with bacteria.