unsweetened

adjective
un·sweet·ened | \ˌən-ˈswē-tᵊnd \

Definition of unsweetened 

: not containing added sugar : not sweetened unsweetened baking chocolate

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Ask for the unsweetened version of this fruity drink. Jessica Leigh Mattern, Redbook, "18 Guilt-Free Starbucks Drinks For When You're Trying to Lose Weight," 21 Nov. 2017 Top with unsweetened whipped cream, yogurt or ice cream, if desired. Jennifer Rude Klett, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Table for 1: For solo diners, cooking at home offers many perks," 12 July 2018 Arenas recommends a homemade creamer made with unsweetened coconut milk, coconut oil, coconut sugar, and a touch of vanilla and cinnamon. Ryan Smith, Bon Appetit, "I Love Soy Milk, and No, I Don't Want to Try That Other Milk Instead," 26 June 2018 Here’s a make-your-own combo Blatner likes: combine popcorn with pecans, unsweetened coconut, cacao nibs and pumpkin seeds. Amy Gorin, NBC News, "7 ways to eat bigger portions while keeping calories low," 11 May 2018 Best Everyday: Almond Breeze Original Almond Breeze Original $4, Amazon Buy Now The original Almond Breeze—not vanilla, not chocolate, not unsweetened—is thin and unassuming, like pre-makeover Anne Hathaway in The Devil Wears Prada. Marian Bull, GQ, "The Best Non-Dairy Milks for Every Occasion," 12 June 2018 Kid's menu corn tacos with extra veggies, steak, guac, salsas, and cheese; skip the juice and order water or anything unsweetened and add a piece of fruit. Jaclyn London, Ms, Rd, Cdn, Good Housekeeping, "Is Chipotle Healthy? It Can Be if You Order Right," 1 June 2018 That means fruits, starchy vegetables, and unsweetened dairy products, and other foods that contain naturally occurring sugars aren’t raising eyebrows among experts. Rebecca Scritchfield, SELF, "Why Fear of 'Sugar Addiction' May Be More Toxic Than Sugar Is," 3 May 2018 Most of the calories in unsweetened coconut milk come from saturated fat, though at least one study found that saturated fat from coconut milk may not have a detrimental effect on blood cholesterol levels. Lisa Drayer, CNN, "Got alt-milk? How plant-based alternatives compare," 31 May 2018

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First Known Use of unsweetened

circa 1775, in the meaning defined above

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