unboiled

unboiled

(ʌnˈbɔɪld)
adj
(Cookery) not boiled
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The aroma of unboiled tea leaves is very nice,' he said, smiling nostalgically.
Untreated, unboiled city A tap water (i.e., well water) was the only exposure significantly associated with illness (odds ratio [OR] = 7.84; 95% confidence interval [CI] = 1.69-36.36).
figure By AGNES MAINA Owing to sensitisation programmes and campaigns by both the animal and public health authorities, it is widely known in Kenya that ugonjwa wa maziwa, or brucellosis is transmitted through the consumption of unboiled or unpasteurised milk.
1893: Composer Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky died after drinking unboiled water in St Petersburg during a cholera epidemic.
There are activities that I can teach to my children, like for babies I can get a large bowl fill it with unboiled pasta and little amount of water, so she can play with it.
At their return, travelers were asked additional questions regarding behavior during travel, including drinking unboiled tap water or water from natural sources.
He is said to have committed suicide by drinking a glass of unboiled water in order to develop a fatal illness.
An investigation carried out by Yuqin et al in 2007 and a few other studies revealed a strong association of the axonal subtype of GBS with infectious aetiology secondary to the unboiled water35,36.
In Thailand study, drinking unboiled spring water had 3780 (95% CI: 1.93-739.89) odds of typhoid fever compared to those who drank from either piped water, rain water, commercially bottled water, or water from wells.
It can be assumed that the regular visitors to these drinking places could be the source of pathogen by unhygienic practices including open air defecation, poor hand washing practices, unwashed utensils at these taverns, and the consumption of unboiled drinking water.
Among 87 (29.7%) home deliveries, the cord was cut by using unboiled new blade (66) (75.9%), boiled new blade (14) (16.1%), unboiled blade used before (6) (6.9%), and boiled blade used before (1) (1.1%).
The process of blowing off involves separating the foam formed during milking and also the settled butter fat film that forms on unboiled milk stored at room temperature.