Are there other benefits to eating DrunkenRaisins?
One of the great side values of eating DrunkenRaisins is they’ll satisfy your sweet tooth in a more healthy way. Eating 8 or 9 raisins after dinner is good for you, whereas cookies and milk might not be. Furthermore, honey and cinnamon are touted for many healthy benefits. Just Google them.
Should I cook DrunkenRaisins with my favorite recipes?
It’s not suggested since heating a DrunkenRaisin will turn it into an exDrunkenRaisin, probably changing its benefits and certainly changing its flavor. However, no harm will come to you since the other DrunkenRaisins won’t tell.
How long will a pound of raisins last?
There are between 256 and 290 raisins in a DrunkenRaisins pound. Eating 8 or 9 a day, one pound will be a month supply. Indulging in a few more will not be harmful. We encourage eating responsibly.
Do I need to refrigerate my raisins?
Depends on the quantity you have. Since they are tastier at room temperature we suggest you leave them on the counter in a closed glass jar. Be sure to open the jar when preparing to consume. Refrigerate your back-up supply. They should last over 90 days on the counter and months in the frig. If you try to freeze them… they simply won’t.
They’re sticky. How do I eat them?
Many people simply enjoy using chopsticks. Others put them on their oatmeal or in their cereal. They’re good on ice cream, bread pudding or in cream cheese spread on a bagel, in a celery stick or on toast. You can even stir them into your smoothie. Let us know when you find a new way to eat DrunkenRaisins.
How many should I eat at a time?
Suggestions vary between 8 and 12 raisins a day. But because the DrunkenRaisin is a ‘Jumbo’ raisin we suggest that 8 or 9 a day should suffice. Since it’s a food regime, that takes a little time for your body to appreciate, we suggest having 8 or 9 twice a day for the first two weeks. On some occasions you may want to sneak in an extra 8 or 9 to zap that sweet tooth before it attacks a candy bar or other yummy bad stuff. After the first couple weeks revert to the 8 or 9 a day plan and a few more only when needed or desired.
Will I taste gin?
Well, let’s see… “gin soaked huh!” Yep! You’ll taste honey and cinnamon and a little bit-o-raisin too.
If I don’t drink, will I like them?
No telling what some people will eat…and like. (blue cheese, spinach, egg plant) Our experience indicates teetotalers are less fond of the DrunkenRaisins flavor. However, if they’re good for you think of it like cod liver oil…yuck and yummy eat’em quick and down the tummy. [Here’s a hint. If gins flavor is too overpowering simply leave your raisins out in the open for a few days, letting the small amount of alcohol evaporate. Someone said “They’ll taste more like mince meat pie”.]
Can I eat too many and get drunk?
Sounds like wishful thinking. However, before you get anywhere near ‘a buzz’ you’ll probably have your head in the commode, i.e.; too much of a good thing…
Can I get DrunkenRaisins in a restaurant, in a store…?
You can get them on the net at that place where we met, but alas you cannot get them in a store, off the floor or from a boar. Hurry, hurry and get them soon and when they come you’ll need a spoon. Yes you’ll like them in every way so you can buy another day. (inspired by Green Eggs and Ham)
I’ve heard they’re good with wine? How’s that?
It was Peter’s idea and has gone well at a number of parties since DrunkenRaisins are a tasty after-dinner treat with wine, port and other stuff. We dig it but you’ll have to try it and let us know.
I’ve noticed a slight variation in flavor between batches. Why?
A slight flavor variation will happen due to the bee’s diet and his available gourmet selections. Since his processing functions are the same DrunkenRaisins product integrity stays bee…utiful.
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