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Dole's Famous Son Helped The World

Louis Pasteur

Louis Pasteur (Born Dole 27th December, 1822-Died Paris 28th September, 1895)

In Dole, in the Jura region of France, is Le Musee Pasteur… 914 more words


New Milk Trend - What is Fairlife's Ultra-Filtered Milk?


Fairlife’s chocolate (yum) and 2% reduce fat milk.

Last week I went to Wal-Mart over my lunch hour to get some snow pants for Miss A so we could get some much needed fresh air over the weekend.  438 more words

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Bang's Vaccinating Cattle Keeps People Healthy? How?

Vaccination is important in human health; but that doesn’t mean that only people need to be vaccinated. Vaccinating animals for diseases that can be spread to humans is a critical part in keeping all species healthy. 468 more words


Home Made Yogurt Is the Way to Go

I love yogurt but now I love it even more because I never knew how easy it was to make.  I also never knew it could taste even better by culturing my own.   546 more words

The Art of Beer

Beer is a alcoholic beverage that is made from made from fermented grains and has been brewed by humans for well over 6000 years. Beer and beer brewing has played a surprising role in science and history, and it is one of the world’s oldest  929 more words


history of Pasteurization

Pasteurization is one step of industrial ice cream processing. It is the process of heating a liquid to below the boiling point to destroy microorganisms. It is a process invented by French scientist Louis Pasteur during the nineteenth century. 221 more words

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Pasteurization Process

Pasteurization can be done as a batch or a continuous process. A vat pasteurizer consists of a temperature-controlled, closed vat. The milk is pumped into the vat, the milk is heated to the appropriate temperature and held at that temperature for the appropriate time and then cooled. 441 more words