Whole fresh cranberries are dried and typically combine with combinations of either glycerin or oil and sugar. The resulting dried cranberries fruit has a slightly slippery feel. Dried cranberries have a myriad of uses including additions to cereals, granola, atop salads or in baked goods such a scones, muffins and breads. Cranberries are very high in Vitamin C.
If you don't have dried cranberries you have several good options for a substitute:
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