Sultanas are like raisins, but sultanas are made from a special kind of grape.
Sultanas are made from dried green grapes while raisins are made from red.
sultanas have fibre
Sultanas are called raisins in the United States.
can diabetics have dried sultanas. All information I have says raisins, cranberries but does not mention sultanas.
Sultanas originate from the Ottoman Empire (today known as Turkey).
There is 19.3g of carbohydrates and 82 calories and no fat in 1oz (28g) of sultanas
Because they are mixed with oat and other cereal which absorbs all the moisture from the sultanas.
No, guinea pigs cannot eat sultanas, but they can eat grapes. It's just the ingredients that are added in sultanas that makes them uneatable for guinea pigs. I hope this answer helped you and your piggy!
Sultanas are an species of oranges. They can be grown in parts of the west coast, southern states parts of South America.
Sultanas, currants and raisins are all dried grapes of different varieties Sultanas, currents and raisins depending on the grape.
he ate sultanas
That is 2/5 of a cup.