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Why are raisins brown?

Raisins are brown because they are grapes that have been dried out in the sun. Usually, the "brown raisins" start out as purple grapes. The white ones turn a bit lighter brown (MORE)
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Where are raisins grown?

Half of the world's supply of raisins are made in Fresno, California. Raisins made in San Joaquin Valley in California. 70 miles radius of Fresno.
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Can you freeze raisins?

  ANSWER:   You can but there is no actual need to do so. Raisins are dried grapes that are sugar coated. They can be kept at room temperature in a cupboard or in a r (MORE)
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Are there seeds in raisins?

Yes, there are seeds in raisins. Grapes have very little seeds in them; and since a raisin is a dried grape, raisins have the very little seeds as well.
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Are raisins fattening?

Raisins are not considered to be fattening, but could cause you to  gain weight if you eat a huge amount of raisins. Because raisins  contain iron, it is best to eat them in (MORE)
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How to rehydrate raisins?

Try soaking in water for a long period of time, or to infuse with sweetness and a unique flavour try using fruit juice. When making fruit cake i do this with apple juice in or (MORE)
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What do raisins have inside?

  Raisins are dried grapes. The inside should be the dried flesh of the grape. They may have been treated with sulfur dioxide and/or sulfites for color retention or extend (MORE)