unroasted

unroasted

(ʌnˈrəʊstɪd)
adj
not roasted or cooked over dry heat
References in classic literature ?
After which he rubbed his fat legs as before, and jerking them at the knees to get the fire upon the yet unroasted parts, laughed as if somebody had tickled him.
A raw food diet relies on uncooked fruits and vegetables, sprouted grains, unroasted nuts and seeds, seaweed, dried fruits, and beans
One study found that green coffee, made from unroasted coffee beans, may aid weight loss by reducing the amount of sugar absorbed from the gut, and speeding up the rate at which the body burns fat," Hunter told the Daily Mail.
But, amidst all these, comes in a new study on green coffee, raw and unroasted coffee beans.
The snacks range from unroasted and unsalted almonds and walnuts to trail mixes.
Unroasted kernels are used to produce cosmetic-grade argan oil, which is used in moisturizing creams, body lotions, and shampoos.
Buckwheat groats, known as kasha, are roasted and have a deep reddish-brown color and a toasted aroma, or unroasted, and are light brown or green.
Put 20g unsalted, unroasted almonds in a bowl and sprinkle with a pinch of smoked paprika.
Instead snack on high-protein unroasted, unsalted, nuts and seeds.
see also Report of the Panel, Spain--Tariff and Treatment of Unroasted Coffee, [paragraph] 4.
The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare the antioxidant activity of cocoa beans classified as slate, roasted, and unroasted with well fermented beans submitted to the same processing and their cytotoxic effects on human lung carcinoma cell line (A549).