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" Milk is most conveniently pasteurized in the bottles in which it is delivered. To do this use a small pail with a perforated false bottom. An inverted pie tin with a few holes punched in it will answer this purpose. This will raise the bottles from the... "
Circular - Page 24
by United States. Bureau of Animal Industry - 1909
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The Care of Milk and Its Use in the Home

George Mason Whitaker, Lore Alford Rogers, Caroline Louisa Hunt - Milk - 1910 - 20 pages
...may be accomplished in the home by the use of a simple improvised outfit. METHOD OF PASTEURIZATION. Milk is most conveniently pasteurized in the bottles...the pail and fill the pail with water nearly to the level of the milk. Put the pail on the stove or over a gas flame and heat it until the thermometer...
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Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the ..., Volume 58

American Pharmaceutical Association - Pharmacy - 1910
...suggestions regarding the home pasteurization of milk, which may be done with the simplest outfit. Milk is most conveniently pasteurized in the bottles...the pail and fill the pail with water nearly to the level of the milk. Put the pail on the stove or over a gas flame and heat it until the thermometer...
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Transactions of the Section on Preventive Medicine and Public Health of the ...

American Medical Association. Section on Preventive Medicine and Public Health - Public health - 1910
...with a perforated false bottom. An inverted pie-tin with a few holes punched in it will answer the purpose. This will raise the bottles from the bottom...the pail and fill the pail with water nearly to the level of the milk. Put the pail on the stove or over a gas flame and heat it until the thermometer...
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Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the ..., Volume 58

Pharmacy - 1910
...from the bottom of the pail, thus allowing a free circulation of water and preventing bumping of ihe bottles. Punch a hole through the cap of one of the...the pail and fill the pail with water nearly to the level of the milk. Put the pail on the stove or over a gas flame and heat it until the thermometer...
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Farmers' Bulletin

Agriculture - 1911
...perforated false bottom. An inverted pie tin with a few holes punched in it will answer this purpose. Tliis will raise the bottles from the bottom of the pail,...the pail and fill the pail with water nearly to the level of the milk. Put the pail on the stove or over a gas flame and heat it until the thermometer...
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The Boston Cooking School Magazine of Culinary Science and ..., Volume 15

Janet McKenzie Hill - Cookery - 1911
...inverted pietin with a few holes punched in it will answer this purpose. This will raise the bottle from the bottom of the pail, thus allowing a free...ordinary floating type of thermometer is likely to be inacurrate, and if possible a good thermometer with the scale etched on the glass should be used. Set...
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Elements of the Theory and Practice of Cookery: A Textbook of Domestic ...

Mary Emma Williams, Katharine Rolston Fisher - Cookery - 1916 - 405 pages
...in the pieplate, and put it upside down in the kettle, to keep the bottles from touching the bottom. Punch a hole through the cap of one of the bottles, and insert the thermometer. Set the bottles on the plate in the pail, and fill the pail with water nearly to the...
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Manual of Milk Products

William Alonzo Stocking - Dairy products - 1917 - 578 pages
...the home pasteurization of milk is given as follows by Rogers * of the Dairy Division at Washington : "Milk is most conveniently pasteurized in the bottles...the pail and fill the pail with water nearly to the level of the milk. Put the pail on the stove or over a gas flame and heat it until the thermometer...
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The Science of Everyday Life: Projects for Junior High Schools

Edgar Flandreau Van Buskirk, Edith Lillian Smith - Science - 1919 - 416 pages
...pail ? Wash the outside of the bottles of milk by holding under the faucet, and set them in the pail. Punch a hole through the cap of one of the bottles and insert a thermometer. Fill the pail with water nearly to the level of the milk. Heat until the thermometer in the milk shows...
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The Science of Everday Life

Edgar Flandreau Van Buskirk, Edith Lillian Smith - Science - 1919
...pail ? Wash the outside of the bottles of milk by holding under the faucet, and set them in the pail. Punch a hole through the cap of one of the bottles and insert a thermometer. Fill the pail with water nearly to the level of the milk. Heat until the thermometer in the milk shows...
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