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How did the raisin get its name?

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the name raisins is derived from the latin word racemes, meaning "a cluster of grapes or berries."
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Is a raisin a fruit?

Yes, raisins are dried grapes. Grapes are fruit, therefore raisons are fruits.

What is Raisin Theory?

implied that mountain ranges like the Himalayas were forced up by the wrinkling process. This theory assumed that all of the features on the earth had formed during one coolin

Are grapes raisins?

No but raisins are grapes. Both raisins and grapes started as fruits on vines, but they didn't both get dried.

Why are raisins healthy?

Raisins are healthy because they have plenty of fiber, antioxidants, and some minerals as well, including iron, potassium, etc. Also, raisins are simply sun-dried grapes, whic

Who discovered raisins?

it was suppous to be some ancient greek who found sun dried grapes around 1490 bc

How are raisins made?

It Depends really, you can get sundried raisins which are grapes left out in the sun until they dry out to form raisins.

If raisin is grape in french is grape raisin?

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
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How can raisins be used?

  There are various ways to use raisins, but if you're creative, you'll use them the right way. My favorite way to use raisins is to put them between my toes. That area of