Raisins

Raisins are dried grapes and are somewhat plump in texture. They are eaten plain or used in many recipes for cooking, baking, and brewing.

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Can sugar gliders eat raisins?

Yes, sugar gliders (Petaurus breviceps) eat raisins.

Specifically, in the wild, sugar gliders eat insects and small vertebrates and drink the sap of trees in the genuses Eucalyptus and Acacia. In captivity, they need to be fed a very specific diet of which 50 percent is made up fruits and vegetables and 50 percent of protein and insects. As long as the previously listed needs are met, sugar gliders also may be given treats, such as yogurt, whole wheat bread, tofu, raisins, healthy non-sugary cereals, and apple sauce.

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Is it safe to eat out of date raisins?

Only if they have no fungus.

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Do raisins count as one of your 5 a day?

Yes, dried fruits contain a more concentrated amount of the vitamins and nutrients.

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Can chihuahuas eat raisins?

no they can not they are poisonous to them ill give you a list of stuff they cant eat 1. raisins 2. avocados 3. chocolate 4. onions 5. garlic 6. grapes 7. macadamia nuts 8. walnuts DO NOT EVER FEED YOUR CHIHUAHUA THESE FOODS hope this helps :)

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How many ounces in a box of raisins?

Raisins come in many different sizes. l The label will clear it up.

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Are raisins bad for your dog?

Yes. Biologists are not quite sure exactly why, but grapes (and raisins, which are dried grapes) have been linked to kidney failure in dogs. The estimated toxic dose is about an ounce of grapes per kg of the dog's body mass, or somewhat less for raisins because they're more "concentrated."

The dog will normally develop vomiting and diarhhea within a few hours, with actual death occurring a couple of days later.

In general you shouldn't assume that just because something is okay for a human, it will be okay for a pet also. Dogs and cats have different metabolisms than humans, and are much less tolerant of certain substances... this is especially true of medications.

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What ever happened to Uncle Ben's Curried Rice with Raisins?

Uncle Ben himself was allergic to the curry that was used in this flavour and he broke out in a nasty rash everywhere on his body. As you can imagine he scratched himself silly to the point of insanity and had to be committed to the rice institute for the irrashionally insane. Uncle Ben's wife divorced him and now has her own line of flavored rice including the actual curried flavor that tormented Uncle Ben. Her line of rice is sold in supermarkets everywhere under the Aunt Jemima label.

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Do you need to refrigerate raisins after opening?

No way dried fruit doesn'y need cooling!its like u don't put a banana in the fridge rule!

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What songs are played in the South Park episode Raisins?

  • "Shock The Monkey"
  • "YMCA"
  • "All Out Of Love"
  • "Living in America"
  • "Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)"
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What are raisins?

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.

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Can you freeze raisins?

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 refrigerator.

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Raisins in cereal is an example of a?

ingredient.

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Who created raisins?

No one knows for sure, because since raisins are naturally sun fried, they have been around since the beginning of time. Some one --or something-- may have decided they were quite tasty. Who this smart guy was, no one knows who. (Sigmundo Ricarda has been linked with the discovery, but not however, the creation of these tasty treats)

Raisins were considered valuable to different cultures: They were prizes for Olympians, expensive snacks for rich sultans and rajahs, and they were even used as medicine for joint aches and old age during Greek times.

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How many calories in one tablespoon of raisins?

30. The California Raisin Market Board reports: "Two tablespoons of raisins count as one fruit exchange, providing 15 grams of carbohydrate and about 60 calories per exchange."

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When was Raisin in the Sun first performed?

in 1959

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How much amount of water do raisins absorb?

t he amount of water absorbed by raisins depends upon temperature of water .The more the temperature of water the more is the water absorbed.water is absorbed the most in lukewarm water.

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How many more raisins are in Kellogg's Raisin Bran than in Post's Raisin Bran?

Enough to fill your empty brain. Yes we bullys are not happy people.

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How many calories 1 cup raisins?

Farts smell bad.

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What do the raisins represent in the hot cross bun?


When my aunt was younger she did very tiny poos that looked a lot like raisins. One day her uncle came round and picked up one of these poos, thinking that they were chocolate raisins. He popped one in his mouth and ate it! That's why you should be careful when eating hot cross buns because the raisins might just be tiny poos!

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Can bearded dragons eat raisins?

No reason why not - BUT - don't feed too many as they'll cause runny stools !

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What group are in raisins in the food pyramid?

protien

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How much vitamin c is in raisins?

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Are raisins poisonous to robo hamsters?

The raisins can get stuck in their cheeck pouch and kill them because they won't be able to eat.

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Why can raisins float in lemonade but not in water?

Rasins are more dense than water but less dense than lemonade. floating or sinking all depends on density.

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Is raisin a common or proper noun?

Raisin is a common noun.

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