June 15th, 2010
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currant, cassis
KUHR-uhnt, kah-SEES
Category: Ingredient, dish
Definition: A small, grape-like fruit that when dried resembles a tiny, ultrasweet raisin. Black currants are used for flavor the liqueur cassis

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