- seasoned, cured, or otherwise treated with salt.
Origin of salted
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Examples from the Web for unsalted
These work well enough that I have two sitting on the counter at all times: one for unsalted, and one for salted.The 2012 Holiday Kitchen Gift Guide
December 13, 2012
When the food did make it to the table, it was apparently “pale and unsalted,” at best, and at worst, “one chaotic mess.”Guy Fieri Battles Scathing New York Times Review by Pete Wells
November 16, 2012
To make soft pomatum, beat half a pound of unsalted fresh lard in common water, then soak and beat in two different rose-waters.
How delicious the broth tasted, unsalted and unseasoned as it was!Left on the Labrador
Originally it was unsalted and put at the altar or before a grave.A Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan
John U. Wolff
Put dried vegetables (peas and beans) into cold, unsalted water.Unexplored!
The difference in price is due to the fact that unsalted butter spoils readily.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 2
Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
- not seasoned, preserved, or treated with saltunsalted peanuts
- seasoned, preserved, or treated with salt
- informal experienced in an occupation
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Word Origin and History for unsalted
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