dried fruit


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Noun1.dried fruit - fruit preserved by dryingdried fruit - fruit preserved by drying    
edible fruit - edible reproductive body of a seed plant especially one having sweet flesh
dried apricot - apricots preserved by drying
prune - dried plum
raisin - dried grape
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When he was gone, Proserpina could not help coming close to the table, and looking at this poor specimen of dried fruit with a great deal of eagerness; for, to say the truth, on seeing something that suited her taste, she felt all the six months' appetite taking possession of her at once.
Dried fruits were less expensive than fresh, and he had usually a pot of them, cooked and ready at hand, for they took the place of butter on his bread.
In two well-closed coffers, placed beneath the benches of the prow and the poop, Aramis found bread, biscuit, dried fruits, a quarter of bacon, a good provision of water in leathern bottles; the whole forming rations sufficient for people who did not mean to quit the coast, and would be able to revictual, if necessity commanded.
This and some dried fruits and a flask of Monte Pulciano, was the bill of fare.
We then sat down to a supper of dried fruits and sweetmeats, after which some sang and others danced.
But it was the same food: bacon, beans, flour, prunes, dried fruits, and rice.
At the far end of the room was another door, and as he crossed toward it, he glanced into some of the vessels, which he found were filled with dried fruits, vegetables and fish.
Dubai: With a significant rise in the consumption of dried fruit and cold drinks during Ramadan, Dubai Municipality has asked consumers to ensure the food they buy is in good condition and has been properly stored.
Mariani Packing Company introduces TouchLock[TM], a Velcro[R]-like micro-hook closure system which allows consumers to simply touch to lock and close their dried fruit bag.
The dried fruit market in Chile overall posted a 433% increase in 2011.
You plan to introduce Chilean butter blocks and sugar-infused dried fruit.