One of the primary differences between the two is the shape – kishmish are seedless and small with a yellowish green colour. Munakka, on the other hand is bigger, brown in colour with seeds. Indian cooking primarily makes use of raisins because of a distinct tart that it renders to a delicacy. However, Ayurveda greatly favours munakka.
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Munakka is known as the “Tree of Life” because of its regenerative ability. It has a sweet taste and is generally used as a dry fruit, mostly for medicinal purposes. Munakka is useful for managing constipation due to its laxative property and helps to control acidity due to its cooling property.
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