Going with Tre Mason for a second time, but the first time in a few weeks. And why not? He has all the tools to eventually be a three down player for the Patriots; the only concern is whether he still has the tread left on his tires to handle such a role after touching the ball 535 times in the past three seasons. He has great stop and start quickness, hitting top gear within a few steps.
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The reason for this is that biologically harmful microbes tend to like fruit. Pasteurization, a process by which a liquid is heated to a certain temperature for a certain period of time, makes the fruit uninhabitable to those harmful microorganisms. It also protects against spoilage and undesired fermentation.