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pas·teur·ize

 (păs′chə-rīz′, păs′tə-)
tr.v. pas·teur·ized, pas·teur·iz·ing, pas·teur·iz·es
To subject (a beverage or other food) to pasteurization.

pas′teur·iz′er n.

pasteurized

(ˈpɑːstʃəˌraɪzd) or

pasteurised

adj
subjected to pasteurization
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pasteurized - having been subjected to pasteurization in order to halt fermentation
Translations
pasterizovaný
pasteuriseret
pastöroitu
pasteriziran
低温殺菌した
저온살균한
pastöriserad
ที่ผ่านการฆ่าเชื้อโรค
đã được tiệt trùng

pasteurized

[ˈpæstəraɪzd] ADJpaste(u)rizado

pasteurized

[ˈpɑːstʃəraɪzd] adjpasteurisé(e)past historic n (GRAMMAR)passé m simple

pasteurized

[ˈpæstəˌraɪzd] adjpastorizzato/a

pasteurized

مُبَسْتَرٌ pasterizovaný pasteuriseret pasteurisiert παστεριωμένος pasteurizado pastöroitu pasteurisé pasteriziran pastorizzato 低温殺菌した 저온살균한 gepasteuriseerd pasteurisert pasteryzowany pasteurizado пастеризованный pastöriserad ที่ผ่านการฆ่าเชื้อโรค pastörize đã được tiệt trùng 消过毒的

pasteurized

adj pasteurizado
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Unfortunately, serious outbreaks of foodborne illness, often called "food poisoning," have been traced to drinking fruit and vegetable juice and cider that have not been pasteurized or otherwise treated to kill harmful bacteria.
Bacterial spoilage has been the most limiting factor in extending the shelf life of conventionally pasteurized high-temperature short-time processed fluid milk products beyond a little more than two weeks.
Already adopted by some states, the code specifies use of raw pasteurized eggs, or other pasteurized egg product, in place of unpasteurized eggs when foods such as Caesar salad are served to at-risk populations or to people who receive meals through "custodial care-giving environments" such as nursing homes, hospitals, or eldercare centers.
She chided the more recent technique called "ultra pasteurized" - including milk sold as organically produced ultra pasteurized - as an unfortunate invention that destroys nutritional value and compromises flavor.
During the meeting, Minister Hanna appreciated the efforts of the ICRC in providing the pasteurized materials of the drinking water and mechanic vehicles for the pumping stations.
The federal government banned interstate sales in 1987, stating that raw milk is unsafe; it needs to be pasteurized to kill pathogens.
The rate of disease outbreaks linked to unpasteurized, or raw, milk was 150 times greater than outbreaks linked to pasteurized milk, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Canadian researchers inoculated pasteurized beer with high concentrations of B.
Food and Drug Administrationfinalized the 2009 Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO), and issued the IMS-a-47.
But raw milk drinkers counter that "straight from the cow" milk is healthier than its pasteurized, homogenized counterpart.
We commit, with all of you as witnesses, to donate pasteurized milk and profits from the sale of pasteurized milk, and to donate fresh eggs to food pantries, and to those who need them so that their children may start out each day with a good breakfast.
And "when making your own eggnog or other recipe calling for raw eggs, use pasteurized shell eggs, liquid or frozen pasteurized egg products, or powdered egg whites.