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It’s time for me to live up to some of my promises. One of my commenters graciously welcomed me back and said she was looking forward to hearing about some of the topics I listed as “coming up.”
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I know that cranberries are far from being an essential food. However, they are tasty and have some great fiber, and are even known for their Vitamin C. Unfortunately, after canning, the Vitamin C is probably destroyed in these beauties, due to the heat involved, but we won’t belabor the details. We will enjoy what we have, be glad we have it, and save it for the future.
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One of the first things on most people’s minds when thinking about survival is food. While water is even more important, and we will be talking about that soon, water just doesn’t hold the excitement factor that food does.
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