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nonhydrogenated

Definitions

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  • adj. Not hydrogenated; unhydrogenated.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ hydrogenated

Examples

  • The specialty ingredients in this recipe (such as nonhydrogenated butter substitute, spelt flour and soy milk powder) are available at

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  • Shortening (and this applies to hydrogenated and nonhydrogenated, although I recommend you work with trans-fat free shortening) is 100% fat.

    Butter vs shortening in pie crust | Baking Bites

  • As many as 100,000 cardiac deaths a year could be prevented in the U.S. alone by replacing artery-clogging trans fat with healthier nonhydrogenated polyunsaturated or monounsaturated oils, according to a 1999 joint report by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health and the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.

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  • Now the pendulum has shifted back a bit as manufacturers removed the bad fat and put in nonhydrogenated oils.

    Food News Blues

  • When it comes to crust, I prefer one made with a combination of butter and shortening nonhydrogenated, of course to one made with all one or the other because it turns out a crust with the perfect degree of flakiness and tenderness.

    Baking Bites » Print » Apple Crumble Pie

  • They estimate that trans-fat-free nonhydrogenated soybean oil will be available in one year, while soybean oil that will rival olive oil for its monounsaturated fats is three years away.

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  • Substituting nonhydrogenated, unsaturated fats such as olive oil or canola oil for saturated fats and trans partially hydrogenated fats

    Fat is Not Your Fate

  • At least 30,000 and as many as 100,000 cardiac deaths a year in the United States could be prevented if people replaced trans fat with healthier nonhydrogenated polyunsaturated or monounsaturated oils, according to a 1999 joint report by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health and the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.

    Real fats, please!

  • There is much confusion and dissension about nonhydrogenated coconut and palm oils, both of which have been used for centuries by Asian Pacific cultures.

    Trans Fats

  • Carole: the article said 2 tablespoons per day of nonhydrogenated, extra-virgin coconut oil -- she said to talk to your doctor first.

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