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For those who get excited about the issue -- these are dried Zante grapes from Greece. They are quite tasty, arrived promptly and intact.Currents are another ballgame. They grow on bushes and seem readily available in the UK; grown in Australia in red and black.In the US there has been an increasing demand for the real deal for alleged health benefits. CurrentC_ has them at a decent price.
This is my second purchase of these currants and I have been very happy. I originally bought to use in fruit cakes I was baking but found they were excellent in hot cereal. They are also a lot less expensive than buying the smaller size packages in the market. They store well and last well throughout the year.
I love currants and they can be difficult to find. These arrived fresh and loose. I have used them in multiple cooking items and salads and they are super. I see myself making additional purchases.
It is very hard or impossible to buy black currents in this country. They grow everywhere in England. They are a necessary part of my Christmas Cake recipe, so I am thrilled to have found these. This was a very good size package, so I will have enough for next time too.
I never had currants before but I needed them for a fruitcake. I was surprised how small they are. I expected them to be the size of raisins. Now that the holidays (and winter) are here, I plan on throwing them into quite a few baked good.
I bought a whole bunch of that kind of fruit for my British baking projects. Some items met my expectations, others did not. These currants are as good as the ones my mother bought in Germany to put in the Dresdener Stollen, they bring back nice memories.
I liked the flavor, I couldn't purchase the frozen because of the price; however the dry berries are tasty. Just be aware when you do smoothies if the amount ask for frozen, use half when using the dry ones.
I'd read about the health benefits of "currents"...they seem just like raisins to me. Tasty. I put a small handful in my oatmeal, with some broken up dried bananas & spices.
I bought these for my soda bread and they worked great, they also worked great in my cinnamon raisin bread and oatmeal cookies.
Used these in my homemade venison mincemeat as I used raisins the year before and it was too sweet . They have been used in other baking recipes and they are great just a little bit of flavor not sweet at all