unbleached

adjective
un·bleached | \ˌən-ˈblēcht \

Definition of unbleached 

: not made whiter or lighter by a bleaching process : not bleached unbleached flour unbleached cloth unbleached paper

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Both sneakers are made of unbleached canvas, and adorned with elements usually kept hidden from plain sight. Tyler Watamanuk, GQ, "These Converse Sneakers Get the Inside-Out Treatment," 13 June 2018 Why not tell us whether the cake flour used in testing was unbleached or bleached, rather than coyly stating that most cake flour is bleached? Alice Medrich, WSJ, "‘The Perfect Cake’ and ‘Cake’ Reviews: Coconut, Carrot, Pound, Layer . . .," 13 Apr. 2018 Calla Lily Cookies 3 large eggs ¾ cup sugar ½ teaspoon baking powder 1 drop vanilla ¾ cup unbleached flour Whipped cream or non dairy topping Pineapple spears Beat together eggs and sugar with a mixer at medium-high speed until blended. Judy Buchenot, Naperville Sun, "Suburban Cooks: Remembering mom through recipes, traditions and food stories," 9 Apr. 2018 Spelt flour is preferred here; it can be replaced with whole-wheat flour, or the mix can be made using 100 percent unbleached all-purpose flour. Charlotte Druckman, sacbee, "Be better than Betty Crocker, or how to make your own baking mixes like a pro," 3 Oct. 2017 Fresh bread that is made with premium unbleached, unbromated flours; organic ham; butter made with high-quality cream; and seasonal vegetables. Madeleine Luckel, Vogue, "How to Celebrate Bastille Day Like a True Parisian," 8 July 2017 The unbleached organic cotton cover is also breathable—and best of all, it can be easily removed and washed. Chaney Kwak, CNT, "4 Travel Pillows You'll Actually Want to Buy," 30 June 2017 Starter is a simple mix of unbleached flour and filtered warm water that has attracted wild yeast spores from the surrounding atmosphere. Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post, "Golden’s Grateful Bread Co. rises to celebrate National Sourdough Bread Day," 28 Mar. 2017

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circa 1532, in the meaning defined above

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