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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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As something of an obsessive myself, I wanted to talk about thermometers and brewing times with him, but he said he preferred to look at the water: 'shrimp eyes,' analogous to the size of the bubbles at the bottom of the pot, were best for very delicate unfermented teas, progressing to 'crab eyes' and 'fish eyes.'
Tea can be classified into three types; green (unfermented), black (fully fermented) and oolong tea (semi fermented).
Cider consumption is no longer pegged to local production, as there are always surplus stock and quite high volumes of unfermented apple juice available.
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Of the four main true teas, green and white are unfermented (white is the least processed), black tea is fermented, and oolong tea is semifermented.
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.
It conies as no surprise that purple grape juice--essentially unfermented red wine--boasts flavonoid compounds as well.
Depending on the location of the fruit source, unfermented winery waste is required to be transported to an approved composting facility, composted on-site or returned to the source vineyard.
"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.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2013/04/08/2003559100) Taipei Times .
The total polyphe-nol content of unfermented C subternata, unfermented C maculata and fermented C maculata extracts was 25.6, 22.4 and 10.8g GAE/100g, respectively.
It's more than just a cookbook, containing lots of valuable facts such as consuming unfermented soy messes with your hormones, and grass fed meat and fats including butter and ghee are good for your blood.
This allows the wine to retain its natural sweetness from the unfermented grape sugar, resulting in a fortified wine between 18-20 degrees.