unleavened


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un·leav·ened

 (ŭn-lĕv′ənd)
adj.
Made without yeast or any other leavening agent: unleavened bread.

unleavened

(ʌnˈlɛvənd)
adj
(Cookery) (of bread, biscuits, etc) made from a dough containing no yeast or leavening

un•leav•ened

(ʌnˈlɛv ənd)

adj.
containing no leaven.
[1520–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unleavened - made without leaveningunleavened - made without leavening; "unleavened bread is often simply flour mixed with water"
leavened - made light by aerating, as with yeast or baking powder; often used as a combining form; "leavened bread"; "well-leavened"; "yeast-leavened breads"
Translations

unleavened

[ˈʌnˈlevnd]
A. ADJázimo, sin levadura
B. CPD unleavened bread Npan m ázimo or sin levadura

unleavened

[ˌʌnˈlɛvənd] adj [bread, dough] → sans levain

unleavened

adj breadungesäuert

unleavened

[ʌnˈlɛvnd] adj (bread) → azzimo/a, non lievitato/a
References in classic literature ?
A half-dead fire smoked in the centre of the circle, under an iron plate which held a blackened and burned cake of unleavened bread.
These made unleavened bread, and were foes to the death to fermentation.
I made a study of the ancient and indispensable art of bread-making, consulting such authorities as offered, going back to the primitive days and first invention of the unleavened kind, when from the wildness of nuts and meats men first reached the mildness and refinement of this diet, and travelling gradually down in my studies through that accidental souring of the dough which, it is supposed, taught the leavening process, and through the various fermentations thereafter, till I came to "good, sweet, wholesome bread," the staff of life.
Pierogi, dumplings of unleavened bread, originated in which European country?
In the Roman Catholic Church, bread for the Eucharist must be made of wheat, be unleavened, and be recently made and unspoiled, according to the General Instruction of the Roman Missal and canon law.
We hope to tap food from people who are willing to contribute a minimum of two chapatis [traditional Indian unleavened flat bread] every day, which will be distributed among the needy people," Narayan said.
On Passover, Jews around the world eat matzoh -- unleavened bread -- to remember their ancestors who fled ancient Egypt who had no time to wait for the dough to rise.
I missed those little pockets of succulent meats and gooey, melted cheese in their crispy, chewy, crunchy envelopes of unleavened bread that went down well at any time of the day, whether it was for breakfast with a sprinkling of zaatar or with some creamy labneh and a side salad.
The Turkish Baklava is a sweet pastry made of layers of filo (a thin layer of unleavened dough) with chopped nuts and sweetened with honey.
The holiday is marked by a period of abstinence from leavened food, consumption of unleavened bread, called matzah, and the holding of traditional dinners, called seders.
Outside a makeshift matzo factory at the Chabad Neshama Center in Brighton Beach, hundreds of spectacle-ravenous people lined up, hoping to enter the premises and get a good look at Cruz as he interacted with unleavened bread, and Jews.
Other holiday observances include restricting the consumption of leavened products such as bread and pasta, instead eating unleavened matzah.