unshelled


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un·shell

 (ŭn-shĕl′)
tr.v. un·shelled, un·shell·ing, un·shells
To remove from a shell.
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Adj.1.unshelled - of animals or fruits that have no shell
shelled - of animals or fruits that have a shell
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The lobster was a scarlet mystery to her, but she hammered and poked till it was unshelled and its meager proportions concealed in a grove of lettuce leaves.
Available as butter, oil, flour, flakes, raw, roasted, shelled, and unshelled (in a variety of flavors), peanuts come with options.
The dry fruit can be with or without stalks, shelled or unshelled, pitted or un-pitted or pressed into blocks.
Kenyan cashew producers have blamed the massive fall in exports over the past few years on the govern- ment's ban on the process of unshelled cashews that was introduced in 2009.
a f t f We stop, crouch, and are joined by Hayley, a wildlife photographer with a tub of unshelled pistachios.
Kenyan cashew producers have blamed the massive fall in exports over the past few years on the government's ban on the process of unshelled cashews that was introduced in 2009.
During the brooding process, larvae progress from unshelled early-stage larvae (i.
Try to buy unshelled raw nuts instead of processed ones.
Unshelled walnuts should preferably be stored in the refrigerator, although as long as you keep them in a cool, dry, dark place they will stay fresh for up to six months.
Before bags of shelled pecans were available on grocery shelves, Southerners were prone to have large wooden bowls of unshelled pecans on their tables, especially around the holidays.