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    i will take a picture when i purchase them again.

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    Yeah there are cranberry actual trees here in the dr........
    We make juice with them ( as they are very, very bitter ), and i just accepted that they were edible berries, while secretly not believing they were cranberries.
    And then one day, my parents ( and dad is a cranberry expert----- says its a miracle aliment ) , said , oh ! A cranberry tree...... -_- -_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by malko View Post
    Yeah there are cranberry actual trees here in the dr........
    We make juice with them ( as they are very, very bitter ), and i just accepted that they were edible berries, while secretly not believing they were cranberries.
    And then one day, my parents ( and dad is a cranberry expert----- says its a miracle aliment ) , said , oh ! A cranberry tree...... -_- -_-
    unlike your dad, i am not a cranberry expert, but i think cranberries are just bitter anywhere you find them.-.

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    Matilda, malko, what name are these Dominican cranberries called in Spanish?




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    Quote Originally Posted by AlterEgo View Post
    Matilda, malko, what name are these Dominican cranberries called in Spanish?
    Wife and co call them cranberries....... but who knows what the real name is .....lol.

    Trying to remember how to post pics...... unsuccessfully for now

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    Cranberries, like rhubarb, can make a wonderful desert. It's finding the right amount of sugar to add while maintaining the tart flavour. And yes, they have numerous health benefits, in addition to being a unique band.

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    The tree.
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    The fruit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlterEgo View Post
    Matilda, malko, what name are these Dominican cranberries called in Spanish?
    Mr Matilda calls them granberry but the Spanish word is arĂ¡ndano.

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    the fruits on malko's photo are the ones sold in jumbo.

    arandano refers to cranberry as much as to few other berries. for example i bough frozen bilberries in bravo and they were called "arandanos silvestres". this word is also used for blueberries.

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