A juice made by cooking cranberries in water, a pinch of salt and depending upon your preferences, orange juice. Add sugar if you must. The berry itself owes its name to the Pilgrim fathers who called it a craneberry because it’s blossom reminded them of a crane. The was dropped later. Did you know that the amount of Vitamin C in one cup of raw cranberries is about one fourth the recommended dietary allowance for an adult.