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Searching for a cranberry quick bread with no orange juice

laredo | Dec 19, 202008:47 AM     2

I could kick myself. Last week I made a new recipe found online for cranberry quick bread which turned out quite well, but I accidentally through it away and can't find it again!
What I remember about it: called for milk soured with vinegar, one cup cranberries cut in half, vegetable oil, white sugar, egg(s) one or two??, and the usual flour, etc. It made a standard size loaf.
One reason I made it is it didn't call for orange juice which I never have on hand.
I would be so appreciative if someone has a similar recipe and posts it.

My family are cranberry fiends and begging for more bread.

Thanks for your help and Happy Holidays!

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