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Use "currants" in a sentence
"The lower layer contains a mix of brown and jasmine rice with egg furikake and black sesame, handpicked raspberries and red currants from the garden."
"The pioneering published work on narrativity and oral history in Africa was Elizabeth Tonkin, Narrating Our Pasts: The Social Construction of Oral History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992), where she argued that professional historians who use the recollections of others cannot just scan them for useful facts to pick out, like currants from a cake."
"A recipe to be repeated - an excellent combination of flavours and the currants are a winning component of this dish."