The best description of unfermented bread is that manufactured by the process of Dr Dauglish.
The juice of the maguey, in its unfermented state, is called honey-water.
Grape juice is what its name purports, the juice of the grape undiluted, unsweetened and unfermented.
Wine there was, rich and unfermented; but the curse of alcohol existed not.
Swine fatten much faster on fermented, than on unfermented food.
"Must" is unfermented wine, which His Excellency the Count much appreciated.
It is moreover much less liable to turn sour than cakes made from unfermented dough.
It is unfermented and sun-dried, but has not at all a bad flavour and is sometimes used by European pipe smokers.
Fermentation is not universally practised; the purple colour and bitter taste of unfermented cacao being wanted in some markets.
Pour gelatine flavored with unfermented grape juice into egg shells and set them upon the ice.
late 14c., from Old French fermenter (13c.) and directly from Latin fermentare "to leaven, ferment," from fermentum "substance causing fermentation, leaven," from root of fervere "to boil, seethe" (see brew). Figurative use from 1650s. Related: Fermented; fermenting.
early 15c., from Middle French ferment, from Latin fermentum (see ferment (v.)). Figurative sense of "anger, passion" is from 1670s.
ferment fer·ment (fûr'měnt')
An agent, as a yeast, a bacterium, a mold, or an enzyme, that causes fermentation.