Cranberries are one of nature's antioxidant super fruits, and have a refreshingly tart taste.
Adds interest, and flavor to breads and cakes, also makes vibrant relish and chutney.
Store fresh cranberries for up to two months in a tightly-sealed plastic bag in the refrigerator. As with all berries, if one starts getting soft and decaying, it will quickly spread to the rest. Be sure to sort out the softies if you plan on storing them for any length of time. Fresh whole berries may be washed, dried, and frozen in airtight bags up to one year at 0 degrees F.