adj. Lacking all bebunnitude.
Real citation: "There is nothing anti-Baltic about seeing beef tartar, which first gained popularity as a restaurant dish in Latvia and Estonia during the latter decades of the 19th century when they were still part of Russia, as a way-station in the process that began with meat tenderized and marinated under the saddle, and continued as the deutsches Beefsteak, the hamburg steak, and then bifurcated into the bebunned hamburger and the unbebunned Salisbury steak."
(April 24, 2006, http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/Soc/soc.culture.baltics/2006-04/msg00583.html)
Made-up citations: "Bun theorists are fascinated by unbebunned hot dogs and librarians. No wonder bunology is such a thriving academic discipline."