Who discovered raisins?
it was suppous to be some ancient greek who found sun dried grapes around 1490 bc
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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 raisins;… sorry, I don't know which grape type is which.
Raisins are dried up grapes.
there are 2 scoops of raisins in raisin bran but it is random every time.
kelogs two scoops
A raisin is a dried grape.
They are drier than most raisins you purchase in the store.
There are many different varietys of numbers of raisins in raisin bread.
Rasins are called rasins because they are okay. Jokin! In Canada the word 'rasin' means dried large dark grape.
With 90 percent of U.S. raisins produced within eight miles ofSelma California, the city adopted the slogan "Raisin Capital ofthe World" in 1963.
It was as wrinkly as a raisin. It was so small it looked like a raisin etc :D
it depends I would say about 5009 because there are always different amounts of raisins in raisin bran. There if no exact number because if you count them in one box there is …a high chance it will be different in another box :)