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Nutritionally, cranberries are rich in vitamin C and fiber.
Though commercial drinks usually contain too much sugar,
you can make your own cranberry juice by cooking and straining the berries and
sweetening it with a fruit sweetener or you can drink it unsweetened.

1 pound bag fresh or frozen cranberries
1 quart water

Wash and drain fresh or frozen red-ripe cranberries.
Combine cranberries and water in a large pan.
Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and cook until berries burst.

Strain juice through a fine strainer lined with cheese cloth.
Sugar can be added to juice to your taste.
Reheat juice until it is almost, but not boiling.
Pour into jars. Allow to cool before refrigerating.

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