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Chicken Salad With Bacon and Raisins - Southern Food - About.com
My family was surprised when they found that they loved this flavorful, crunchy chicken salad! Raisins, bacon, celery, green onions, and optional pine nuts add to ...
Are Grapes and Raisins Poisonous to Pets? - Veterinary Medicine
Originally thought to be an urban legend, it is now known that raisins and grapes are indeed toxic to dogs. The type of grape and the type of dog doesn't seem to ...
Gin-Soaked Raisins for Arthritis
May 16, 2014 ... It may sound silly the first time you hear it. Eating gin-soaked raisins for arthritis is often touted by its faithful as a natural "cure" or an effective ...
Raisins - Health Food or Junk Food? - Pediatrics - About.com
Apr 23, 2014 ... When you review the nutrition facts about raisins, it is easy to see why some people consider raisins to be nature's best food, especially for kids.
Raisin Varieties and Types including Seedless Raisins
Seeded raisins do not have seeds. Find out why and learn about raisin varieties and types, including sultanas and currants.
Toxic Foods - Raisins - Veterinary Medicine - About.com
Raisins and grapes are very toxic to dogs and possibly cats. Some dogs love eating raisins and grapes and will seek them out. Pet owners have used even ...
Raisin Substitutions and Cooking Tips and Hints
Most raisins benefit from being plumped before using. Soak the raisins in either a bit of the recipe liquid or hot tap water for 10 to 15 minutes before using until ...
Calories in Raisins, Seedless | Nutrition and Health Facts
Curious about how many calories are in Raisins, Seedless? Get nutrition information and sign up for a free online diet program at CalorieCount.
Differences Between Raisins, Sultanas and Currants
There is often great confusion on the difference between dried fruits used in British cooking - the 3 most popular being raisins, sultanas and currants.
Nutritional Information for Raisins - About.com
Jun 3, 2014 ... Raisins are dried grapes and they maintain most of the nutrients after they're processed. Learn more about the nutritional value of raisins.
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