Pasteurized sentence example

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  • It is artificially carbonated, pasteurized, served under gas pressure.
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  • Consume only pasteurized dairy products and fruit juices.
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  • When eating out, drink only pasteurized juice.
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  • It's pasteurized for product/food safety and enables us to offer more than 90 days of shelf life on our products."
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  • Some of these products are even pasteurized, pressurized and served as keg beer or even bottled or put in cans.
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  • It is then pasteurized to make a sterile product and dispensed into a sealed metal keg.
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  • This destroys all bacteria in the milk and makes it last much longer than ordinary pasteurized milk.
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  • Commercially available juices usually have additives, such as sugar, and may be pasteurized.
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  • It's pasteurized, which kills the active, live form of the yeast, then powdered.
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  • The answer is usually a resounding yes, although those adhering to a raw food diet do not eat nutritional yeast that has been pasteurized.
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  • The British Medical Journal published a study (1960) in which calves were given their mother's milk, only pasteurized.
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  • Because streptobacillary rat-bite fever can occur after drinking contaminated milk or water, only pasteurized milk, and water from safe sources, should be ingested.
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  • If you find yourself torn between the two camps of information, talk with your doctor to learn about the benefits of unpasteurized milk vs. drinking pasteurized milk.
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  • Packaged and bottle juice products are pasteurized, meaning they're exposed to a flash of very high heat to kill any pathogens in the product.
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  • Certain foods may be minimally pasteurized or heated, but only to a temperature of 116 degrees Fahrenheit.
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  • Food that has been processed or pasteurized, such as milk, are not considered raw.
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  • You'll find that fresh juice tastes completely different from the store-bought, pasteurized variety.
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  • Most vinegars found at the local grocery store have been filtered, pasteurized and distilled, eliminating the health benefits.
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