The cranberry. Great for your bladder and kidneys, high in vitamin c and helps with digestion and prevention of ulcers. Also a delicious tart festive treat!
1 cup raw cranberries
3/4 cup apple juice or water
3 tbsp rice syrup
zest of 2 lg organic oranges
1/4 cup of raisins (optional)
pinch of sea salt
1 tbsp kudzu
Bring juice cranberries, zest ,syrup, sea salt and raisins to a boil. Turn down heat and simmer for about 10 minutes.
Dilute kudzu in a little water and add to the pot, stir until sauce is thickened. Pour into a bowl or mold and allow to sit for at least an hour . Serve.
Here is a great recipe from Meredith McCarty, I made this pie for thanksgiving to everyone’s delight.
1 single crust pie shell
1/2 cup currants
11/2 cups apple juice
3 tbsp agar flakes
1/4 tsp sea salt
2 cups fresh cranberries
1 tbsp arrowroot powder
In a large pot, bring currants, juice,agar and salt to a boil. Simmer until agar is completely dissolved, 3-5 min.
Sort through cranberries to discard soft ones along with any stems. Rinse,drain and add cranberries to pot. Cook until tender but not mushy, 2-5 minutes more. Stir arrowroot in a little water to completely dissolve and add to the pot. Stir gently until mixture thickens slightly. Transfer filling to pie crust. Allow filling to gel before serving.
These recipies look delicious! I’ve heard that cranberries are also considered to be helpful in containing the spread of cancer. Best Wishes!
These recipies look delicious! I have heard that cranberries are cosidered to be helpful in limiting the spread of cancer cells…Best Wishes!