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Not cooked; raw.
uncooked, freshView synonyms
- ‘Place 1/2 cup uncooked rice in a small plastic bag (a sandwich bag works fine).’
- ‘An uncooked goose would cost 6 pence - about a day's wages.’
- ‘The pastry is uncooked and the filling is decidedly insipid.’
- ‘In Philadelphia style ice cream, the ingredients are often uncooked.’
- ‘Use of alcohol in food can be divided very roughly into two categories: cooked or uncooked.’
- ‘For instance did you know that an uncooked marinade should never be reused?’
- ‘The green and white speckled ones are meant to be eaten raw, like radishes, though they taste like uncooked dough to me.’
- ‘Berries should be cooked, as the consumption of uncooked berries or juice can result in vomiting and diarrhea.’
- ‘Cooked and uncooked foods should be kept clearly apart.’
- ‘Good common sense when handling uncooked and cooked food is required to prevent food poisoning.’
- ‘The bacterium is most commonly found in uncooked minced beef.’
- ‘But then the server rushed back to tell me he'd been wrong and that it was designed to be hot but he could do it with regular uncooked smoked salmon for me.’
- ‘Any food that contains uncooked eggs, such as homemade cookie dough, cake batter or eggnog, can pose a hazard.’
- ‘But Ewen is worried that genes in uncooked GM fruit and vegetables could survive common stomach infections.’
- ‘Quality and style are particularly important when the wine is uncooked or one of only a few, fairly delicate ingredients.’
- ‘Care must be taken with uncooked foods, including salads and fruit and vegetables (unless they are peeled by you).’
- ‘This recipe makes play dough that is not grainy like uncooked play dough and keeps for a long time.’
- ‘The organism thrives in the soil, and is transmitted to humans via uncooked or poorly cooked meat and through house cats.’
- ‘I end up eating way too much of the uncooked dough and I get a stomach ache every year.’
- ‘The nose is soft and warm with touches of mushroom and uncooked dough.’
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