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What Is a Seedless Raisen Called?

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Seedless raisins are called dried grapes. They come from red grapes and they can be eaten raw or used in brewing, cooking and baking. In the United Kingdom, Ireland and Canada the word raisin is normally used for the dried large dark grape.
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