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pasteurized

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpasteurizedpas‧teur‧ized (also pasteurised British English) /ˈpɑːstʃəraɪz, -stə- $ ˈpæs-/ adjective  DFDHBMa liquid, usually milk, that is pasteurized has been heated using a special process in order to kill any harmful bacteria in itpasteurize verb [transitive]pasteurization /ˌpɑːstʃəraɪˈzeɪʃən -stə- $ ˌpæstʃərə-/ noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
pasteurizedBecause pasteurization kills bacteria, it is most prudent to offer only pasteurized juices.The flavor is different from that of pasteurized milk and this may mean that time will be required for consumer acceptance.Ordinary pasteurized milk is heated to 154 degrees for 15 seconds.Concentrated milk is prepared from pasteurized milk; the removal of water reduces volume to about one third.Most of the cheddar cheese made in the United States is made from pasteurized milk.Practically all domestic cheeses are made with pasteurized milk.United States law requires that all imported cheeses be made from pasteurized milk.
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