unbuttered

unbuttered

(ʌnˈbʌtəd)
adj
(Cookery) not buttered; not spread with butter
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Can of mackerel in tomato sauce on two slices of wholemeaal toast, handful cherry tomatoes, 2 slices unbuttered malt loaf (579 cals) Mackerel is very good for you, as it's packed with loads of heart-healthy Omega-3s.
My vegetables will remain unbuttered, my pasta will stay Parmesan-less and every one of my favourite chocolate brands will remain out of bounds.
When your stomach has fully settled, try eating small amounts of easily digestible foods like soda crackers, unbuttered toast, gelatin or a banana.
Add more sprinkles if desired, and then transfer the cookies from the parchment to an unbuttered baking sheet.
Researchers at Rutgers University in New Jersey tested how watermelon, buttered and unbuttered bread, and gummy candy fared after being dropped on bacteria-filled stainless steel, ceramic tile, wood, or carpet.
tested gummy candy, watermelon and buttered and unbuttered bread by dropping morsels onto various surfaces coated with Enterobacter aerogenes bacteria.
Spoon into an angel cake tin or an unbuttered 22cm round cake tin, then level the top and bake for around 45 mintues until a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean.
Coffee with jelly or unbuttered toast: Commissions and omissions are dissociable aspects of everyday action impairment in Alzheimer's disease.
Spread half of the jam over the unbuttered side of 2 of the bread slices.
Gronk personified Pontius Pilate (aka Popcorn): he wore a green bowler hat, flaunted an excessively large beige fur purse, and carried a bag of unbuttered popcorn.
Most nights we didn't even eat together--I ate a bologna sandwich, and she ate unsalted, unbuttered popcorn with a side of eighteen-cheese quiche.