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    Etymology

    Could someone please tell me the origin of the word "Pasteurize"?

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    Re: Etymology

    It is named after Louis Pasteur, who developed the process of heating liquids in order to destroy bacteria.


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    Re: Etymology

    Many thanks for your help, Ouisch.

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