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  • adj. Not fermented.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ fermented

Examples

  • Despite an apparent lack of studies comparing the effects of fermented vs. nonfermented soy foods on tumor development in lab animals, studies of miso show that it inhibits breast, stomach and colon carcinogenesis.

    Craig Cooper: Soy: When It's Good, When It's Bad, And How To Tell

  • The reduced risk rose to 30 percent when the researchers separated out nonfermented and fermented soy foods (e.g., natto, miso, tempeh), and found that tofu and soy milk were associated with the higher reduction in risk, but "intake of fermented soy foods was not associated with the risk."

    Craig Cooper: Soy: When It's Good, When It's Bad, And How To Tell

  • The reduced risk rose to 30 percent when the researchers separated out nonfermented and fermented soy foods e.g., natto, miso, tempeh, and found that tofu and soy milk were associated with the higher reduction in risk, but "intake of fermented soy foods was not associated with the risk."

    Craig Cooper: Soy: When It's Good, When It's Bad, And How To Tell

  • A nonfermented imitation called “acid-ified sour cream” is made by coagulating the cream with pure acid.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • “Chemical” Soy Sauce Industrial producers have been making nonfermented approximations of soy sauce since the 1920s, when the Japanese first used chemically modified soy protein “hydrolyzed vegetable protein” as an ingredient.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • The two marines assigned to stand watch on the Erica, despite the slightly sarcastic assurance from Kimmer that no enemies could be lurking on Honshu Cliff, were brought heaping platters and nonfermented beverages by Faith and Charity.

    First Fall

  • When separately analyzed, studies on nonfermented soy foods yielded a combined

    American Journal of Clinical Nutrition current issue

  • "By contrast, in the United States, processed soy food snacks or shakes can contain over 20 grams of nonfermented soy protein in one serving." genetically engineered

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Once the darling of the health-food community, soy - especially nonfermented and genetically modified soy - has fallen out of favor in some health circles.

    STLtoday.com Top News Headlines

  • Sik1 (also known as SNF1LK, sucrose nonfermented 1-like kinase

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

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