How long does it take a grape to turn into a raisin?
It takes about two to four weeks to turn a grape into a raisin if they are sun-dried. If a dehydrator is used, it takes anywhere from 12-36 hours. ...
Asked in Grapes
How do they get the seeds out of grapes?
Nearly all grape vines that are grown are not grown from seeds, but from cuttings off of another vine. Grape growers have been doing this for hundreds of years, and it has beeen done so much that now, grapes don't grow with seeds in them. I live in central CA one of the largest grape growing areas of the United States and there are seedless grapes and there are grapes with seeds. The person above is correct that vines are grown from...
Asked in Fruitcake (baked good)
What are ingredients commonly used in fruit cakes?
The most common basic ingredients used in fruit cakes are flour, eggs, sugar, and butter or margarine. This is the base for most cakes. To become a fruit cake, one would then normally add dried fruit such as raisins or sultanas, and often various spices and nuts. ...
Why are vascular and nonvascular spore-producing plants important?
Spore-producing plant means a seedless plant because they produces by spores not seeds. So the importance is that seedless plants makes coal and peat over time from ancient seedless plants. Also non-vascular seedless plants help build new soil. And lastly seedless vascular plants can be used as a source of food! the rhizomes and young fronds of some ferns are edible. The dried stems of one type of horsetails can be ground into flour. Seedless plants have also been used as medicines...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
What are four important roles of seedless plants in the environment?
Seedless plants are often used in modern medicine.
Asked in Cakes
Little debbie cakes any ammonia used to make cakes?
Little Debbie says that there is no ammonia used in the making of any of their cakes, mixes, or products. ...
What is the frosting used on american store bought cakes or Eagle Scout cakes?
The most commonly used frosting on store-bought cakes in the U.S. is buttercream frosting. ...
How are seedless grapes grown?
Seedless grapes Are a product of a genetic defect in which seeds are still present, smaller, and not coated in a hard coating. it is called stenospermocarpy. a few seedless grapes are truly seedless i.e produce fruit without fertilization, such as current grapes used for the raisin industry Most all of the seedless varieties are planted clones. ...