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Dried Apricots without Sulphur Dioxide

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MrsAlwaysRight Sun 13-Jul-08 21:30:58

Can someone please let me know where I can get dried apricots that don't contain sulphur dioxide?
Many Thanks

beansprout Sun 13-Jul-08 21:32:26

The dark organic ones? I think they don't have it. smile

ranting Sun 13-Jul-08 21:33:28

Hunza apricots never contain sulphur, Our Sainsbos does them. They still have the stone in too, so remember to destone them.

Health food stores tend to stock unsulphured Apricots too.

Yurtgirl Sun 13-Jul-08 21:34:27

Sainsburys? I think they used to sell them

splishsplosh Sun 13-Jul-08 21:34:48

Crazy Jack apricots are sulphur dioxide free - they're organic ones, and think you can get them in most supermarkets

StealthPolarBear Sun 13-Jul-08 21:35:36

sains do "Taste the difference" sticky ones
Tesco do huge bags, in the section where they do the gluten free etc stuff. They are drier and so easier to cut up.

Lubyloo Sun 13-Jul-08 21:37:00

Holland and Barratt does them.

Caz10 Sun 13-Jul-08 21:40:09

crazy jacks from tesco

would you soak them for a 7mth old?

StealthPolarBear Sun 13-Jul-08 21:40:57

I've never soaked the damn things, they are sticky enough

beansprout Sun 13-Jul-08 21:42:15

I used to soak them for ds1. Might not for ds2 though. grin

Just have to not give them too much dried fruit though.

MrsAlwaysRight Sun 13-Jul-08 22:21:02

Thanks for the speedy replies smile

Tinkjon Mon 14-Jul-08 12:15:19

They're lovely cooked and stirred into natural yoghurt.

Caz10 Wed 16-Jul-08 19:24:11

ooh how do you cook them??

Othersideofthechannel Wed 16-Jul-08 19:41:59

Cook them in water for about 10 min with a cinnamon stick if you have one.

Caz10 Wed 16-Jul-08 19:49:17

yummy, thanks!

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