unfermented


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unfermented

(ˌʌnfəˈmɛntɪd)
adj
(Cookery) fresh; unsoured
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Adj.1.unfermented - not soured or preserved; "sweet milk"
unsoured - not having turned bad
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unfermented

[ˈʌnfəˈmentɪd] ADJno fermentado
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This process gently handles unfermented cocoa beans to preserve the naturally occurring flavanols that may be destroyed in conventional cocoa processing.
Half of the contents were placed loosely in a 10 L barrel and monitored as described above for unfermented TMR.
It can apply to myriad kinds of beer but best describes barrel-aged brews, varieties of classic sour beer such as gueuze, and beers that are mixed with unfermented wine grapes into a beerwine hybrid.
The possibility that EGVM could survive in unfermented winery waste was addressed by requiring that waste be composted on site, transported to an approved compost facility or returned to the vineyard of origin, depending on where the fruit was sourced relative to the quarantine area and county.
The cassava flour in the lakeshore district of Nkhata bay is processed from sun dried tubers which have been fermented for 4-7 days while in the southern districts of Thyolo and Mulanje, the flour is usually processed from unfermented sliced tubers which are ground into flour after being sun dried.
The unfermented beer is then further strained through a bed of juniper branches and boiled with more leaves and berries.
The Romans who called it mustum (a mixture of unfermented wine and mustard seeds), from which we derive its name, brought the plant to England where it thrived and became a treasured spice in the Middle Ages.
The only human populations that continue to consume liquid, unfermented milk in sizable quantities are those from Northern Europe and the northwestern territories of the Indian subcontinent.
The effect of the plant extracts on lipolysis was quantified by adding various concentrations (0-100 [micro]g/ml) of fermented (oxidised) and unfermented (unoxidised, "green") C.
Bulgaria and China may cooperate in the sphere of tobacco production and exports of fermented and unfermented tobacco, according to Bulgarian Agriculture Minister Dimitar Grekov.
Although the H7N9 virus can destroyed if the excrement ferments at between 70 degrees Celsius to 80 degrees Celsius for a long period of time, unfermented poultry faeces could leak during transportation and pose a health risk," reported (http://www.
Dragon well (long jing), a green tea, and sau mei, a white unfermented tea, are especially delicate and light.