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  • adjective Not salty


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  • The mixed mushroom soup in its aromatic broth, the "salt chicken" (unsalty because it's wrapped in foil before being baked in rock salt), and the chopped green beans with pork make for a satisfying break from tourism in the Tiananmen area.

    The World's Best Chinese Food 2008

  • It would be an immense clearing of the religious situation to-day on both sides of the Atlantic, if the saltless salt could be got rid of, either by removing the unsaltiness in it -- though that seems a hopeless task, it's so unsalty, and there is so much of it, and such a large proportion of it, and it's so well content with being just as unsalty as it is.

    Quiet Talks on Following the Christ 1897

  • One day our Lord entered a vigorous protest against the wrong sort of salt, [47] saltless salt, the sort that seemed to be salt, and you used it and depended on it, and then found how unsalty it was, for the thing you depended on it to preserve, had gone bad.

    Quiet Talks on Following the Christ 1897

  • Salt is good; but if the salt becomes unsalty, with what will you make it salty again?

    Will Type For Food TimT 2010

  • Tablespoon unsalty artifact succus Tablespoon apple acetum or citrus ½ containerful sweeten freshly primer inglorious seasoner Readying: 1.

    UH Watch 2010


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