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Raisin bread

British pronunciation/ɹˈeɪzən bɹˈɛd/
American pronunciation/ɹˈeɪzən bɹˈɛd/
Raisin bread

a type of bread that is made from yeast dough and is studded with raisins or other dried fruit

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What is "raisin bread"?

Raisin bread is a delicious and nutritious type of bread that is popular all around the world. It is made from a yeast dough that is enriched with sugar, butter, and eggs, which gives it a soft and fluffy texture. The dough is then studded with raisins or other dried fruit, such as currants, cranberries, or apricots, which adds a sweet and chewy texture to the bread. Raisin bread can be flavored with a variety of spices, such as cinnamon, nutmeg, or allspice, to create a more complex and aromatic flavor. It is often enjoyed as a breakfast food or a snack, and can be served plain or toasted with butter or jam. Raisin bread is a nutritious food that is high in fiber, iron, and other essential nutrients. It can be found in bakeries, supermarkets, and health food stores.

1You can go to the analogy of raisins in a loaf of raisin bread.
2Think about that like a piece of bread, like raisin bread, with little raisins peppered in it.
3Pretium is uniquely controversial because of the fact that they have an ore body that looks like, essentially, a loaf of raisin bread, where the gold is the raisins.
4I think, wheat, wheat, I love whole wheat, you know I really, I love whole wheat bread and I love, you know, tuna salad on whole wheat, but I find with, you know like I wouldn't put pastrami on banana nut raisin bread and I feel that mozzarella and tomato sauce just doesn't harmonize with the flavor of whole wheat.
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