unpasteurised

[ UK /ʌnpˈɑːstjuːɹˌa‍ɪzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not having undergone pasteurization
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How To Use unpasteurised In A Sentence

  • Mould-ripened cheeses (such as Brie and Stilton), soft boiled eggs, unpasteurised dairy food, pâté, ready-washed salads, cold prepared meats and cook-chill meals may all contain harmful bacteria.
  • The company brews its own selection of nine stouts, ales and lagers in Dublin using chemical-free, unpasteurised brewing methods.
  • The company brews its own selection of nine stouts, ales and lagers in Dublin using chemical-free, unpasteurised brewing methods.
  • Other suspects are roast beef, ham, salami sticks, chicken legs and unpasteurised milk.
  • Sometimes it seems as if pregnancy is just a long list of things you mustn't do: don't smoke, don't drink, don't eat shellfish, pâté, unpasteurised cheeses, tuna, mayonnaise, junk food or, in fact, anything remotely interesting.
  • The full product range includes pasteurised and unpasteurised cow, goat and sheep's milk cheeses.
  • La Fromagerie offers fresh milk to order - unpasteurised comes in on the third week of every month and a pasteurised but unhomogenised milk from Gloucestershire dairy Jess's Ladies comes in every Friday. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • I do think that Brie is probably still unknown to you unless you have tried an unpasteurised variety.
  • Other suspects are roast beef, ham, salami sticks, chicken legs and unpasteurised milk.
  • The organic movement has always fought for the continued availability of unpasteurised milk.
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