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How did the raisin get its name?
the name raisins is derived from the latin word racemes, meaning "a cluster of grapes or berries."
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Answer Raisins are the dried fruit dirivative of certain types of grape, as opposed to currants which come from types of grapes different from those used to make raisin…s; sorry, I don't know which grape type is which.
Thje outside of a raisin is the skin. The center or inside of a raisin can be called the 'meat' or 'fruit' of the raisin. Raisins may also be seedless or seeded.
A raisin is a dried grape.
A sweet grape dried either in the sun or by artificial means.
A tick that has a soft shell can resemble a raisin. Engorged ticks, meaning ticks who have fed and are full of blood do not appear raisin shaped in appearance.
When grapes get old they turn into raisin's
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there is no curry made with raisins in but there is a pudding called kheer with raisins in.
People have many different opinions, I personally think its cute but it depends on if you like it. You shouldn't let other people decide for you, if you want the name Raisin g…o for it!