Asked By: Glenda Kuhlman
Date created: Fri, Feb 19, 2021 5:12 AM
Date updated: Wed, Jun 22, 2022 12:13 PM
Top best answers to the question «Milk in costa rica»
- Ask for a glass of milk in a Costa Rican home, and your host will most likely pour you a room-temperature glass, the same as in Europe. Do the same in the United States or Canada, and your host will likely pull an ice-cold quart out of the fridge. Most of the world doesn’t refrigerate milk. Hard to believe, but true.
Milk in Costa Rica, Central and South America, like in Europe, uses ultra-high-temperature or ultra-heat-treated pasteurization (UHT), which heats the milk to an even higher temperature than HTST used in North America.