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RE: [nafex] dried currants/grapes


del said:

>I just saw a clipping that said that the dried currants/currant raisens
>can buy are not..rather they are a type of grape. As I enalrge my curant
>crop I was wondering what kind are used, hmmmm. Can anyone enlighten me?
>Bernie we got the tail of your weather...minus 12F this morn. 

My understanding is that "currants" are the small dried grapes (raisans)
originally from Corinth, and the the plant "currant" is called that because
of the resemblance of the fruit to real currants, the dried grape or tiny

Jim Erdman, Menomonie, WI,
 cold edge of zone 4, feeling like sunny zone 3 today

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