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Hi Folks, I hope you are enjoying my puzzling theme for you.

PLEASE DO *NOT* REVEAL THE ANSWERS SO THAT OTHERS CAN PLAY - MUCH APPRECIATED

I will post the answers this time tomorrow.

Ok here goes .......

The process of making cow’s milk safe for human consumption is called what?

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manicpuzzler

YAY :)) :))

wjl1015

:))

manicpuzzler

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Surreal_Heidi

This cattle farmer got this right!

Mariposamia

This semi-farmer got one!

manicpuzzler

Oh dear, I was hoping it was a 'phase' !!! :(( :((

Max_Tooney

As you get older, that will be considered a normal sleep pattern. :-(

bblessing

and that bonnie, fairly closely resembles my nights as well. :((

manicpuzzler

If I go to bed it makes me feel awful when I get back up. Just hope I can get some sleep tonight. I went to be at 10.30 last night and awoke at 02.38, again at 04.45 and every hour thereafter. Gave up and got up at 06.00.

bblessing

Nah, it's too nice a day to go back to bed bonnie. let's hang around a while longer.

manicpuzzler

I could do with going back to bed, could I?

bblessing

don't discriminate max , what about HIS bedtime. ???

manicpuzzler

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Groan Max! :))

Max_Tooney

And for those of you in Australia, it's pasteur bedtime.

bblessing

I think my point was already awarded yesterday, when I spelled his first name way off, like luie. :)))

Stillmanic

And the answer is................Pasteurisation

Pasteurisation is a process in which certain packaged and non-packaged foods (such as milk and fruit juice) are treated with mild heat, usually less than 100 °C (212 °F), to eliminate pathogens and extend shelf life. The process is intended to stabilise foods by destroying or inactivating organisms and enzymes that contribute to spoilage, including vegetative bacteria but not bacterial spores. Since Pasteurisation is not sterilisation, and does not kill spores, a second "double" pasteurisation will extend the quality by killing spores that have germinated.
The process was named after the French scientist Louis Pasteur, whose research in the 1880s demonstrated that thermal processing would inactivate unwanted microorganisms in wine. Spoilage enzymes are also inactivated during pasteurisation. Today, pasteurisation is used widely in the dairy industry and other food processing industries to achieve food preservation and food safety.
Most liquid products are heat treated in a continuous system where heat can be applied using a plate heat exchanger and/or the direct or indirect use of hot water and steam. Due to the mild heat, there are minor changes to the nutritional quality and sensory characteristics of the treated foods. Pascalisation or high pressure processing (HPP) and pulsed electric field (PEF) are non-thermal processes that are also used to pasteurise foods.

manicpuzzler

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nanab

I know this one. Cute puzzle, had to read it twice before I got it.

manicpuzzler

Well done, in advance :))

bblessing

did I mention, a point for me please. :)))

ringleader

Think I know this one too. Thanks, Bonnie.

manicpuzzler

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redina1

This question takes me back to the good old days, my aunts used to 'make cow's milk safe' so I know this one.

manicpuzzler

I know Ben, it just feels like there isn't some days. But thank you :))

bblessing

my wife's sister also had liver cancer and succumbed eventually. you lose some and you win some. yes it can come back and that is why they say it's in remission and not cured. but there is hope.

manicpuzzler

My Dad's liver cancer was caught early. They removed it all along with 80% of his liver and his spleen. It came back :(

PutterDutt

I am glad to hear that, Ben.

bblessing

don't forget, I have proof living with me, not just once but she defeated cancer twice. the first was/is CML and after she got uterine sarcoma. both gone. that is progress in my book.

manicpuzzler

Ellen my hubster says the same thing:(

Well done :))

Max_Tooney

Got it. "Meet me in St. Louis"...

bblessing

sorry to hear you are so pessimistic ellen. they are making progress you know, unfortunedly not fast enough. I lot of cancers can be pushed back or almost cured it found early enough and that is the trick.

Surreal_Heidi

Having been born in America's Dairyland, I'd better know this one, too. Which I do.

bblessing

I think I know this one. some " luie " made it safe. :))))

PutterDutt

Living in America's Dairyland, I'd better know this one.

PutterDutt

Cancer is a huge moneymaker. They won't find a cure in any hurry. I am a survivor and a massive skeptic. Sorry.

manicpuzzler

You too Ben :))

I just wish they would hurry up and get a cure for cancer.

bblessing

chemo does have , or can have weird side effects. thank fully not all apply to all patients. my wife is getting cramps in very unusual places , not every day but lot's of days, very painful. the list of side effects is very long but that is only one she has. thank god. here is hoping your daddy will be much better soon and with fewer side effects. have a super day bonnie.

manicpuzzler

Yes, he has had his chemo medication changed. The 'old' chemo tablets were having horrible side effects. He was doing weird things like trying to put his trousers on as if they were a shirt. New ones are better, but are making his joints ache and affecting his sleep.

bblessing

not one, but two groans to start this Monday, how nice. - good morning bonnie and how was daddy yesterday ?? hope all is well and you were able to cheer him up a bit.

manicpuzzler

When a cow jumps over a barbed wire fence is it an Udder-Catastrophe?