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MSLA 1.02 – Processing — Heat Treatment

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Pasteurisation In 1864, French scientist Louis Pasteur found that heating up fresh beverages gave them an extended shelf life. This process became known as pasteurisation and was widely taken up by the dairy industry. Pasteurisation is not total sterilisation; removing all the pathogens from milk requires heating to a much higher temperature, which degrades the milk’s taste and flavour. Where Barista Hustle […]

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