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dried fruit in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdried fruitˌdried ˈfruit noun [uncountable]  DFfruit, usually grapes, that has been dried and is often used in cooking
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dried fruitAs the name suggests, the tomatoes are dried in the sun to make them dehydrated like a dried fruit.And I love pretzels, trail mix, raisins and dried fruit.We had dried fruit and salted meat, and big pots to keep water in.Beat in the mixed dried fruit and milk and turn into the prepared can.If you like, include individually wrapped, reduced-fat string cheese for calcium or substitute fruit juice for the dried fruit.You can vary the dried fruit to fit your taste or what you have on hand.