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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunpeeledun‧peeled /ˌʌnˈpiːld◂/ adjective  unpeeled fruit or vegetables still have their skin on them
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unpeeledSeparate the garlic into cloves but leave each intact and unpeeled.Leaving potatoes unpeeled and providing fresh fruit instead of fat- and sugar-rich puddings is a great time-saver.Melt the butter in a large saucepan and throw in the chopped onion and the whole unpeeled garlic clove.When all the chicken pieces are thoroughly browned, add unpeeled garlic cloves.When you dropped the unpeeled grape into the glass, it also dropped to the bottom.Have them identify the peeled and unpeeled grapes.
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