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- adj. To which salt has not been added.
- adj. Without a cryptographical salt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not salted; not pickled; fresh; unseasoned: as, unsalted meat.
- Not salt; having fresh waters, as a river.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. without salt or seasoning
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Everything considered with hesitation I would select a Belgium Browning Mauser in unsalted wood and a A-5 made in the same factory.
RULE #1: USE REAL BUTTER (unsalted is normally better) IN BAKING!!!
I also ate quesadillas for my late morning meal, though mine were simply canned refried beans and cheese on flour tortillas, cooked in unsalted butter.
If your macadamia nuts are unsalted, that is fine, although I do recommend lightly toasting them for a better flavor.
It's unsalted, which is fine with me; I always bought unsalted NoB.
"Freshly made" butter could be unsalted, which is in my experience an acquired taste which I haven't yet acquired.
• Wholesome snacks such as unsalted nuts, fresh fruit, all natural sliced turkey or chicken, an omega 3 hard boiled egg and a small container of plain yogurt
In the Moot our horses died in such numbers -- particularly the 'unsalted' mares -- that many of our men had to walk.
In your car, store non-perishable foods such as unsalted nuts, dried fruits and hard candies.
Carry a small carry-on bag and fill it with the following: â€¢ A good book to keep your mind active and pleasantly occupied. â€¢ Topical anti-oxidants containing DMAE to prevent water retention and puffiness in face and eye area. â€¢ A bottle of spring water (unfortunately, you will have to purchase this after going through security). â€¢ Wholesome snacks such as unsalted nuts, fresh fruit, all natural sliced turkey or chicken, an omega 3 hard boiled egg and a small container of plain yogurt