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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SOURCES: Raw or undercooked meat or poultry and unpasteurised milk. Birds pecking foil bottle tops on milk left on the doorstep can also contaminate milk.
CAMPAIGNERS foresee an Ealingstyle comedy where crates of unpasteurised milk are smuggled across the border from England if a raw milk ban is implemented in Wales.
The four-year-old boy was believed to have contracted the O157:H7 strain from drinking unpasteurised milk while staying in a farm in Britain this month, said a Hong Kong statement.
His son Sam and daughter-in-law Rachel now make a traditional hard cheese using raw unpasteurised milk from the farm's 65 Ayrshire cows.
E-coli occurs in uncooked beef and unpasteurised milk and can be passed from person to person.
Make sure meat, especially poultry, burgers and sausages are well cooked and avoid eating cheese made from unpasteurised milk and soft cheeses.
But then this is the Government who brought us a ban on beef on the bone as well as a ban on unpasteurised milk.
Undercooked meat, in particular poultry, is often associated with illness, as is unpasteurised milk and untreated water.
The festival found it impossible to get a cow because people are no longer permitted to drink unpasteurised milk.
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.
The bacteria most commonly found (about 40,000 cases annually) are called Campylobacter, which may be present in unpasteurised milk or raw poultry.
The show will also help lessen the impact of foot and mouth on the county's small cheese manufacturers, which have suffered from problems such as movement restrictions on unpasteurised milk.