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for me
definitely leave the skin on the apple
when i used organic oranges
i used the peel too or part of it
today i'm making it and don't have any oranges
but i do have some tangerine and orange rind i dried
so i'm using that
and some grapefruit juice to soak the dried fruits
happy thanksgiving
rona

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Do you peel the orange and the apple? Or do you leave the skin on?

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docrona's Review

Cranberry Sauce
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5 out of 5

i love this recipe! and the photo is so pretty too :)

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Awesome, i have experimented with all sorts of cranberry recipes this season. Add a persimmon or two, and you have something that is sooooo good.

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What is cranberry sauce eaten with?

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Hi All,
I found this recipe somewhere else this year and made it for Thanksgiving and just made some more just now.
(and i completely forgot i'd posted about it before too!)
I used 3 c. of cranberries both times i've made this (instead of 2 c.)
as well as 2 (smaller) fuji apples (instead of 1)
and stay with the single orange (skin and all : organic )
the first time i made it it was the perfect consistency for me
crunchy but oh so perfect
this time
i guess i processed it differently and wound up with more of a sauce...
so
i just put some in freezer pop molds and will (mmm) report back
i'm sure they'll taste really good :)
just thought i'd see if this recipe was here and
of course it is
Yum.
Totally enjoyable anytime cranberries
are around.
xo...

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This is AWESOME!!! I make it every week now that cranberries are in season and inexpensive around the holidays. It makes me wonder why people buy it cooked in a can in the first place?! LOVE IT!

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This was excellent, & the cranberry sauce-loving, non-raw foodie at the table yesterday was raving about how great it was. I added the zest from the orange plus a few pecans to mine, & it worked really well. I have some left over & I'm thinking of stirring in a few blended raspberries to make the left-overs a little different.

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totally yum
i changed the proportions to what seemed right
based upon the size of my apples (i used two small fujis)
and increased the crans to 3c.
scrumptious
thanks
i was craving cranberries!!!

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lunaverse1's Review

Cranberry Sauce
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Deceptively simple but truly YUMMY! I added walnuts and a bit of coconut meat. I had to make myself stop eating it. Can't wait for tomorrow and see what my friends think. Someone else is bringing a traditional cranberry sauce, but I bet the raw one disappears first!
Thanks!
LV

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This was AWESOME!! Why do they boil it at all?!

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Something that I really like about this recipe (and cranberry sauce in general) is that it really doesn't matter that it is raw - it is just plain delicious! And so easy to share with family.

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This was fantastic. I'm bringing to my family today for Thanksgiving and do not plan on telling them it's raw until it's all gone! I followed the suggestion and added walnut pieces and cinnamon. I also added a little vanilla which makes this more of a dessert than anything else!

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Mmm! I'm going to try this with walnuts, red grapes and pineapple chunks, along with a raw sweet/sour creamy dressing on the side.

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yay, this is exactly what i was looking for. i alplanning on making a cranberry salsa to go with yam chips as an appetizer. yum.

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The walnuts add great texture. I used to add them all the time to my cooked version, but I like your raw one much better. I just wish I could find more raw cranberries this time of year.

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Oh wow - your additions sound really good!

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Thanks for the recipe Kandace. It's quick and easy to make, and even nonraw eaters will enjoy it. I whipped up a quick batch, with some added walnut pieces and orange zest, cinnamon and ginger, to bring to a holiday gathering yesterday. No one missed the heat.

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