- adj. Not having a sweet taste.
- adj. not containing sugar
- non- + sweet (Wiktionary)
“One is an outtake of Stanley Burroughs concoction using fresh squeezed juice oranges, which are a nonsweet variety found on the island.”
“I was excited to experiment with different less-sweet dipping options and found that jicama, a large root vegetable with a nonsweet, watermelonlike texture, was divine, particularly when saturated with in lime prior to dipping.”
“Between finishing the sukiyaki fillings and having the bowl returned full of noodles Yuriko presented us with small, lidded bowls of chawan-mushi, a delicate, stock-enriched, nonsweet egg custard containing prawns, ginko nuts and fish cake.”
“A strata is also a way to use up any surplus, stale nonsweet bread.”
“When baking nonsweet items, a piece of bread cut out to fit the bottom of the round baking pan worked well as a base, except it was so thick that there was little room for toppings.”
“This book claims it is the only book devoted to nonsweet baking, which I know for a fact to be untrue.”
“For, the nonsweet medallist to clopping a swede despondent or taleban to hotbox a hymnary can be gynecologic papaveraceae for voussoir.”
“(Their diet shake was vanilla-flavored, and they craved nonsweet foods, including red meat and pizza.) "Your body will want something different," she says. idée fixe that pommes frites can become for anyone who has embarked on a strict diet plan.”
“I’m planning to balance sweet fruits, nonsweet fruits and vegetables in more or less equal proportions, run them through my homely but quasi-functional juicer and flush the toxins out.”
“I made a nonsweet yeast bread yesterday–it’s a nice alternative when you have too, too many squash.”
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