unsalted

[ UK /ʌnsˈɒltɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. without salt or seasoning
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How To Use unsalted In A Sentence

  • Who decided unsalted butter was a good idea? Times, Sunday Times
  • There are lots of choices like this to be made; salted or unsalted butter, smoked or unsmoked bacon, eggs three ways and so on.
  • You'll find salted, unsalted, roasted and raw ones.
  • Cream was unavailable, but a substitute could be made using top milk whisked with warmed unsalted butter.
  • Mr. Bantling, who was of a rather slow and discursive habit, relished a prompt, keen, positive woman, who charmed him with the spectacle of a brilliant eye and a kind of bandbox neatness, and who kindled a perception of raciness in a mind to which the usual fare of life seemed unsalted. Chapter XX
  • To look after them properly, as instructed by the experts, I have to feed them hazelnuts, sunflower seeds and unsalted peanuts.
  • To enjoy this benefit, along with all the others, be sure to eat raw or dry-roasted, unsalted nuts.
  • When ready to serve, add the unsalted butter and flat-leaf parsley.
  • Using unsalted butter is important as excessive salt can impede the activity of yeast.
  • Made with unsalted butter, unrefined sugar and free-range, organic eggs you will have something infinitely superior to any shop-bought cake.
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