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Nicol says ...
Cinnamon is my indispensable Thanksgiving store-cupboard staple. Not only is it an important part of so many Thanksgiving recipes and the quintessential flavour and scent of the season, as far as I'm concerned) but it's a digestive aid and it helps to balance blood sugar. Very helpful for avoiding some of the side-effects of holiday overindulgence.
10/31/2011 9:26:13 PM CDT
Ashley in pdx says ...
Definitely pumpkin and various spices.
11/01/2011 12:36:36 AM CDT
Heidi G says ...
Since Whole Foods Culinary Center has turned my 14 year old son into an aspiring chef it would be wonderful to have our pantry stocked with his favorite products (anything from Whole Foods = Favorite Product). The one thing we need/can't live without for Thanksgiving/Holiday cooking is a NEW one this year, it is Black Truffle Salt. Thanks Whole Foods for all that you do!
11/01/2011 12:14:35 PM CDT
Mark says ...
365 Extra Virgin Olive Oil
11/01/2011 1:03:54 PM CDT
Sara P. says ...
I can not live without whole wheat pastry flour. I have lots of baking to do over the next couple of months! :)
11/01/2011 1:04:11 PM CDT
lauren says ...
pumpkin!!! we make muffins, desserts, breads you name it!!!
11/01/2011 1:03:41 PM CDT
Emma ryan says ...
Organic vegan stuffing! Stuffing is a tradition in our family and being new to the vegan lifestyle it is a must have!
11/01/2011 1:36:49 PM CDT
Chantel says ...
My pantry staple is vegetable stock. I always have it around so that I can substitute it into recipes that use chicken stock. This holiday season I will use it in gravy, green bean casserole, and homemade stuffing (my favorite!)
11/01/2011 1:36:53 PM CDT
Angelica Ocampo says ...
WHITE RICE! I am half Colombian and I grew up eating steamed white rice with salt, butter, and green onions with practically every meal. So simple and so delicious, two key components when trying to survive as a college student! :)
11/01/2011 1:44:46 PM CDT
Lashanna says ...
Sage...around these parts this time of the year it becomes as rare and as precious as gold.
11/01/2011 1:46:22 PM CDT
john Otjen says ...
My pantry could really benefit from this. Love the 365 items.
11/01/2011 1:46:34 PM CDT
Sara says ...
Can't live without sugar. All those baked goods baby :)
11/01/2011 1:59:00 PM CDT
marisa says ...
Whole Foods Market™ Milk Chocolate and Pear & Almond Dark Chocolate Bars!!! the best to satisfy my sweet tooth and maybe a few others as well!
11/01/2011 1:59:18 PM CDT
John Burkhard says ...
Stock, stock and more stock!
11/01/2011 1:59:33 PM CDT
Patrick says ...
Soy butter. Since my girlfriend haa a severe dairy allergy, it makes cooking and eatig on Thanksgiving much easier for her
11/01/2011 2:09:26 PM CDT
Ashleigh Trent says ...
I have to keep parsley in my pantry we use it an so many dishes it has to be in the pantry.
11/01/2011 2:25:03 PM CDT
Mary says ...
I love dessert--I NEED chocolate around at the holidays.
11/01/2011 2:25:51 PM CDT
Anita says ...
We use a lot of canned pumpkin at our house. It's a super nutritious ingredient in a wide variety of baked goods, side dishes and entrees. It can be sweet or savory, hot or cold. Definitely a well used staple in our pantry!
11/01/2011 2:25:57 PM CDT
Julia says ...
Thanksgiving is not complete without fresh pumpkin and sweet potato.
11/01/2011 2:49:46 PM CDT
Alexandra says ...
University of Missouri-Columbia has a Thursdays Farmer's Market... shopping for some organic canned Pumpkin in a few days!
11/01/2011 3:27:39 PM CDT
Louisa says ...
I cannot live without pumpkin purée for pumpkin pies!! My absolute favorite!!
11/01/2011 3:30:36 PM CDT
brian e. says ...
Thanks for the giveaway...whole wheat flour for Holiday baking !
11/01/2011 3:45:08 PM CDT
Carin Logue says ...
pumpkin spice!
11/01/2011 3:47:07 PM CDT
Barb @ A Life in Balance says ...
Cinnamon - my husband uses it in his fabulous pumpkin and apple pies.
11/01/2011 5:44:00 PM CDT
Annie G says ...
Low sodium vegetable broth - essential for several recipes.
11/01/2011 5:42:28 PM CDT

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