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How hard can cranberries be?

May 19th, 2007 at 10:26 pm

All I want is unsweetened dried cranberries to eat...hopefully for less than 10$ a pound..why is it so much cheaper to sweeten them?

4 Responses to “How hard can cranberries be?”

  1. Amber Says:

    because sweeten is not good for

  2. contrary1 Says:

    I've got a dehydrator, and have successfully dried my own cranberries. I pick them up after Thanksgiving, when they are cheaper and pop them in the freezer until I am ready to dry them.
    They dry faster if I blanch them first, it allows the air to go through the skins I was taught. I love having a supply of the dried ones for baking and I am addicted to putting them in my oatmeal.

  3. scfr Says:

    The price of sweetened cranberries includes all the weight that is added by the sweetener. The sweetener is really cheap; the berries are not.

  4. princessperky Says:

    Contrary I am going to have to try that, thanks.

    Sweet/bad for you = cheap..annoying formula

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