Translation of homogenize in Spanish:


homogeneizar, v.

Pronunciation /həˈmɒdʒənʌɪz//həˈmɑdʒəˌnaɪz/

transitive verb

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    • Not all whipping cream has been homogenised, but it is always pasteurised.
    • For instance, homogenized milk is an emulsion made up of butterfat droplets dispersed in water.
    • Our milk is ‘cold separated’ and homogenized, but not UHT pasteurized.
    • Unlike most milk it is standardised, not homogenised, which means that you still get a proper ‘top of the milk’ like the milkman used to deliver.
    • This cream has been homogenised and pasteurised by heating then quickly cooled to increase its shelf life.
    • Add the cream - as it is homogenised, it will not curdle.
    • Milk may be homogenized to stop the cream from rising to the top.
    • Excess cream is removed for standardization and the standardized product is homogenized and further heated to 175 degrees, held for 30 seconds, then quickly cooled to 34 degrees.