Freeze Excess Cranberries

Cranberries are cheapest now, and unavailable at many times of the year. Buy extra and just stick them in the freezer as is. Frozen berries can be used in all recipes calling for fresh.

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By Linda from Vista, CA

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November 19, 20090 found this helpful

If you spread them out on a sheet pan and put it in the freezer, it will freeze them individually. Then scoop them into freezer bags and you can grab as much as you want at any time without having to thaw a whole bag of them.

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November 23, 20090 found this helpful

Thanks for posting this! I was wondering! I love 'stewing' them and having them year round with turkey lunch meat sandwiches with arugula lettuce! They keep forever in their sauce, in a screw top lid jar. (oh, I added a tiny bit of sugar)
YUM! a gourmet sandwich! Liz aka alilmonkey

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