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No but raisins are grapes. Both raisins and grapes started as fruits on vines, but they didn't both get dried.
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Prunes are dried plums and get a bad wrap, because they are truly delicious.
Most of the time, they would dry them in the nice, hot sun. then they are called SUN DRIED RAISINS!
different types of grapes.
Yes. The English word 'raisin' comes from the French words 'raisin sec' - 'dry grape', because that's how grapes were generally imported into England, as what we now call rais…ins. The 'sec' got lost over the centuries.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Dose_a_raisin_have_the_same_density_of_a_grape Yes. density = mass per unit volume d= m/V
no. raisins are dried up grapes
not quite but u can re hydrate it
'raisin' is the French name for grapes. 'raisins secs' is the name for the English 'raisins'
i dont know, but this was on my science paper
Farmers put raisins out on a fence and put them in a field on the sun and leave them there until the grapes are dried.
Dried grapes are Raisins. Plums are Prunes. Blueberries are Blueberries, bananas are bananas.
you need to think properly look on all the farming websites or but in raisins
Raisins are grapes. They are dried grapes so there is no difference. Actually, since grapes are usually dried on iron, the raisin absorbs some of that iron and hence are "hea…lthier" because of the iron content. PS. The same happens when you cook with iron skillets, only you need to eat a little vitamin C with your food because vitamin C helps your body absorb more of the iron.
In the US the Thompson seedless is the most used. Others are the Black Corinth, Fiesta, Muscat and Sultana.
A raisin is a grape that has been dried. In the process, the grape shrivels up and becomes smaller.