Winter Super Foods: Cranberries: Preparation and Varieties
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Since cranberries are almost 90% water, do not thaw frozen cranberries before cooking them. Thawing, will cause the fruit to breakdown, resulting in soft cranberries.
Cranberries may be baked with a sweetener to make a topping or sauce, or they can be added to baked goods, such as muffins. They are also good chopped with oranges to make a relish.
From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Updated 2005
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