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Wild Foraged Cranberries
Native to the United States, cranberries grow in sandy bogs in the Northeast. We think of cranberries as growing in water despite the fact that they grow on vines because the bogs are flooded for easier harvesting since cranberries float! The pop of tart, fruity flavor that these berries bring to the table will accent all your holiday favorites. Bake into stuffing or pumpkin muffins, roast with Brussels sprouts, simmer down into a gastrique or traditional cranberry sauce, or simply add them raw to a food processor with orange juice, zest and a bit of sugar for a quick relish!
Wild Foraged. Comes in a clamshell.
Founder Tama Matsuoka Wong is a forager, weed eater, meadow doctor , lawyer and mother of three. She is the author of the backyard field guide and cookbook Foraged Flavor (Clarkson Potter June 2012) nominated for a James Beard award in 2013. After graduating from Harvard Law School and serving more than 25 years as a financial services lawyer in Tokyo, New York and Hong Kong, she returned with her family to Hunterdon County New Jersey and rediscovered her passion for the natural world. In 2007 she was named Steward of the Year by the New Jersey Forest Service. For media coverage about her work see Media page.
The practices used by Meadows & More are founded on a profound connection to and stewardship of the land. They cull invasive and nonnative adventive plants, aka weeds, and restore native plants and biodiversity, in collaboration with private landowners, organic farmers and conservation groups.
Sort out any discolored, soft, shriveled, or sticky fruits before storing, then store in the fridge for up to a week; or freeze.