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There are, for instance, semi-professorial studies in the history and uses of pasteurization, pre-made vs. homemade ice cream base, and dry milk powder.
Most milk in the U.S. is fortified, homogenized, and pasteurized, and that’s a good thing, as pasteurization greatly reduces the risk of foodborne illness.
Cloverleaf held the distinction of being the first of the dairies in Northwest Indiana to build a modern pasteurization plant.
There is no threat to human health, because pasteurization kills the bacteria in milk.
But like cooking, the pasteurization process could cause your raw eggs to have slightly lower levels of some vitamins and minerals, Rumsey says.
Sour beers have come into vogue in recent years, but the tradition is centuries-old — prior to pasteurization, all beers had some element of sour to them, Pellino said.
Among them was the introduction of flash pasteurization, to kill any unwanted bacteria.
Enter French scientist Louis Pasteur, already famous for his work with preserving milk and other foodstuffs through pasteurization.
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