The history of cranberries is older than the recorded history of America. Long before the first European settlers arrived, the Indians not only ate cranberries, but also used them as medicine and clothing dye. The Indians called the red berries “sasemineash” and also “pakimintzen.”
The Pilgrims gave this fruit the name “crane berry” because its pink blossom reminded them of the head of a crane, a large wading bird. Over the years its name has been shortened to cranberry.
Dried Cranberries have a sour and sweet taste with a hint of sweetness. They have a similar taste to that of a sweetened lemon. It has a high acid content and low sugar content. They are reputed to be excellent for your health. Indeed, cranberries are high in nutrients and antioxidants.
Ideal to eat as a snack !
Keep cranberries in a cool, dark place for up to 1 year. Dried cranberries may also be kept in the freezer.
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