When the food did make it to the table, it was apparently “pale and unsalted,” at best, and at worst, “one chaotic mess.”
These work well enough that I have two sitting on the counter at all times: one for unsalted, and one for salted.
Shakespeare wrote first unsalted; but recollecting that want of salt was no fault in leaven, changed it to vinew'd.
To make soft pomatum, beat half a pound of unsalted fresh lard in common water, then soak and beat in two different rose-waters.
Since there are no iceboxes, unsalted meat must be eaten soon after being killed, although your feudal epicure is not squeamish.
All he gave them to eat was unsalted millet bread, baked like pones, or entirely unbaked dough.
To Hull—Boil beans about half an hour (or until the skins are loosened) in unsalted water.
Hang a bone or piece of unsalted suet out of doors for the woodpeckers.
"The unsalted kind," he added, as though actuated by an afterthought whose significance became instantly clear to my own mind.
Hastily devouring the unsalted soup, he lay down and slept for several hours.