Picture this: You reach in the pantry for the dried fruit you thought you bought not that long ago, and what you find is far from what you expect. Those once-plump raisins and bright dried cranberries are now even more dry, shriveled, and maybe even hard. They kind of give new meaning to the words dried fruit.
But don't toss them just yet; this fruit isn't a lost cause. With the help of a simple trick, there's an easy way to bring them back to life.