Untreated organic raisins green from China in raw food quality
The color may vary, this is no quality issue.
These raisins from organic cultivation area from china are simply incomparable. They are very different from the usual dark raisins: They have a mild sweet flavor and a soft consistency. The ripe raisins are gently harvested and then dried in the shade at 45°C. Precisely for this reason, the raisins keep in comparison to the conventional raisins her green color. Farther the many vitamins, minerals, enzymes and the natural aroma remain in the fruit.
These raisins serve as a delicious snack between meals and support the digestion. Furthermore, the natural sugar content from the raisin slowly turns into the blood and is ideally suited as a replacement of sweets for children. In addition the raisins are perfect for a short-term energy need of athletes, because this fruit contains fast available carbohydrates.
The variety of antioxidants from this raisins support cell protection and provides the body with important iron. It also contains an amount of nutrients such as vitamin B1, B2 as well as the minerals potassium, phosphorus and calcium.
Usage: Add the green raisins to fresh muesli, granola bars, salads, mixed fruits or enjoy them as a snack.
About grapes (raisins, sultanas or currants)
The grape is one of the oldest cultivated plants of mankind. They are the fruit of the grapevine, come originally from the Orient and have been very popular by the Egyptians and Assyrians. It exists approximately 16'000 varieties of vine. The grape is enjoyed as a wine or juice, dried or fresh. The dried grapes are known as raisins, sultanas or currants.
What is the difference among the three different grapes mentioned?
Raisins are sun dried for 5-7 days and can then be eaten. They are descended from a dark, pithy grape.
Sultanas are descended from a big, light, thin skin and coreless grape. In contrast to the raisins sultanas dries faster, namely 3-5 days.
Currants on the other hand are descended from a little, dark and coreless grape from Greece. The name is based on the port city Corinth, in whose area the currant was cultivated. Currants are dried in the sun for 8-10 days.