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KELEKONA Posts: 605
11/15/11 7:09 P

Not sure, but I imagine that you could spread them in a single layer on a cookie sheet and freeze them if they are in danger of rotting. (Bag them when they are frozen.)

I think commercially-dehydrated cranberries are soaked in cherry syrup before drying.

Personally, I would try lightly mashing them, letting them sit in a little bit of sugar, (orange juice?) then toss them in a pan with chicken and maybe a very light toss of salt. I can't think of anything better than mashed cauliflower for a side. I have never worked with cranberries before, this is something I do with pork chops and apples.

Just as a hunch, I looked up "cabbage and cranberry" and got a few interesting hits.

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11/15/11 5:13 P

I have a lot of cranberries and I'm not sure what to do with them. I've done sauces/relishes/chutney. I've done cakes/muffins/tarts. Anyone have a savory cranberry dish? I eat literally anything so no worries on that front.

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