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Monukka Raisins



Monukka Raisins are made from Black Monukka grapes. They are larger than other raisins, very dark, and sometimes have a bit of a crunch from tiny edible seeds in them.

They are not mass produced, so are a little harder to get than other raisins.

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Also called:

Monuca Raisins

See also:

Raisins

Flame Raisins; Golden Raisins; Monukka Raisins; Muscat Raisins; Raisin Seeder; Raisin Vinegar; Raisins; Seedless Raisins; Sultana Raisins; Sultanas; Thompson Seedless Raisins; Zante Currants; Zante Grapes

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