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#1 2019-06-29 01:49:57

yanogator
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From: Ohio
Registered: 2007-06-07
Posts: 210

pasture raised for pasteurized

I was reading comments on a Facebook recipe that uses raw eggs. One commenter said that it is possible that the eggs in Australia might be cleaner than ours, and finished with “They’re probably pasture raised”. I’ve never heard that expression, but the person might have been thinking about free-range chickens and re-interpreted “pasteurized”.

Bruce


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#2 2019-06-30 12:19:42

DavidTuggy
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From: Mexico
Registered: 2007-10-11
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Re: pasture raised for pasteurized

Aussie vowel-pronunciation might be involved: G’die, might!


*If the human mind were simple enough for us to understand,
we would be too simple-minded to understand it* .

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#3 2019-07-02 12:55:40

kem
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From: Victoria, BC
Registered: 2007-08-28
Posts: 2692

Re: pasture raised for pasteurized

One wonders how many English speakers think that “pasture” is in “pasteurize.” Spelling “pasteurized” as “pasturized” is an extremely common mispelling—as frequently as a half of one percent of the time it is misspelled.


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#4 2019-07-03 19:55:55

David Bird
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From: Montréal, QC
Registered: 2009-07-28
Posts: 1619

Re: pasture raised for pasteurized

pesterization
A process, where food is heated to a temperature that is high enough to kill most harmful bacteria without changing the taste of the food.
one of those quizlets

ALTERNATIVE METHODOLOGY FOR DEVELOPMENT OF PESTERIZATION MODES OF CANNED FOODS
Pokudina G.P., Volkova R.A.
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my lifestyle was horrible, i would eat 10 raw eggs a day, drink milk all the time pestorized of course and eat junk food
health forum

123Buy – Pesterised Eggs White – 1 Kg
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Special Features: Non Filtered Non Pesterised
Healthy Apple juice, Mumbai

Training farmers how to pestirize and sterilize milk
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Bummer I guess I will have to wait another 7 months before I can have it unless the cheese is pesturized…
recipe comment

Pesturizing: leading your chickens out to pasture to control pests in the milk (here in Quebec, eggnog is called hen’s milk).

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