It gets into their young intestines, God bless 'em, and makes you pasteurize all they eat.
Parents in small towns and in the country should be taught to pasteurize all milk.
To pasteurize milk in the home, proceed in the manner illustrated in Fig. 3.
They will tell these mothers why it is necessary to pasteurize the milk before feeding it to the baby.
Apparatus of sufficient capacity to pasteurize on a commercial scale.
To pasteurize milk we heat it to a temperature of not over 170 Fahrenheit for from ten minutes to half an hour.
Unless the milk is perfectly fresh, and has been handled with great care, it is safer to sterilize or pasteurize it.
1881, with -ize, after Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), French chemist and bacteriologist, who invented the process of heating food, milk, wine, etc., to kill most of the micro-organisms in it; distinguished from sterilization, which involves killing all of them. The surname is literally "Pastor." Related: Pasteurized; pasteurizing.
pasteurize pas·teur·ize (pās'chə-rīz', pās'tə-)
v. pas·teur·ized, pas·teur·iz·ing, pas·teur·iz·es
To treat by pasteurization.