In a discussion on the relative benefits of currants and raisins, vegetable95 claimed the superiority of raisins.
Simply put, vegetable95 doesn’t know what he’s talking about when it comes dried grapes. The currant (specifally, the Zante currant) is small and sweet. It is, for it’s size, intensely juicy, almost requiring a bib. It’s size-to-sweet-juice ratio is exactly why the currant is superior to the raisin. The raisin is inefficient, and is a perfect example of what juice economists call the juice diseconomies of scale with respect to fruit size.
So what’s with vegetable95’s love of the large raisin? Perhaps he’s overcompensating for something?