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Courtney says ...
I can't live without canned organic pumpkin, unsalted organic butter for baking, beautiful organic yams, and fresh green beans. Oh, and an organic free-range turkey. I love Thanksgiving.
11/02/2011 7:28:53 PM CDT
Marci says ...
BRAGG'S AMINO ACID...makes everything taste 'great'
11/02/2011 9:33:47 PM CDT
S. Frank says ...
Gotta have Farmer's Market Organic Pumpkin, Organic Butternut Squash, and Organic Sweet Potato Puree. The possibilities are endless! Just whipped up some Butternut Squash Lasagna, which makes a great addition to the Thanksgiving feast.
11/03/2011 2:30:37 AM CDT
Pamela L. Carter says ...
A vital must have is honey and cinnamon. Not only are they necessary for holiday cooking but in combination they can be used for bad breath, toothaches, fatigue, weight loss, hair loss, skin infections, pimples, bladder infection, indigestion, upset stomach, longevity, colds and longevity. Happy holidays!
11/03/2011 1:53:35 AM CDT
Felicia says ...
Brown sugar is a must. My family uses brown sugar for sweet potatoes and cookies.
11/02/2011 10:13:44 PM CDT
Ela Buck says ...
Can't do without Pecans ! Pecanpie, chopped with Green Beans, Sweet potatoes with roasted pecans ...yum !
11/02/2011 10:13:59 PM CDT
Diane says ...
My Thanksgiving must-have would probably be butter. I know it's a small thing, but the potatoes and turkey wouldn't be the same without it.
11/03/2011 1:33:45 AM CDT
Janelle Carey says ...
This sounds silly but I stock my panty with extra whole foods cleaning supplies! In particular paper towels, phosphate free dishwasher detergent, pan scrubbers, and dinner napkins.With company, cooking, and festivities I would always forget the essentials...now I always have a few ecologically friendly items tucked away and ready for use.
11/03/2011 1:34:17 AM CDT
Kimberly says ...
My family picks a different spice palate each year. Last year we did a middle eastern take on the traditional meal and used a lot of saffron, greek yogurt, etc. to assist in our recipes. Who knows what it will be this year!
11/03/2011 12:53:46 AM CDT
Susan Vogt says ...
My favorite pantry stable that helps me create a memorable Thanksgiving meal would be that can of organic pumpkin--which makes the best pumpkin pie in town!
11/03/2011 12:56:06 AM CDT
Sara says ...
spices, this is my first year cooking
11/03/2011 12:56:09 AM CDT
Catherine A Kennedy says ...
My favorite staple is organic whole berry cranberry sauce--not jut at the holidays, but year round.
11/02/2011 11:54:20 PM CDT
Michelle Gradis says ...
Cinnamon - it goes in almost everything from sweets to savories to drinks. Happy Holidays everyone!
11/02/2011 11:54:33 PM CDT
Courtney Herman says ...
Definitely canned pumpkin. Thanksgiving would not be the same without pumpkin pie!
11/03/2011 6:59:31 AM CDT
Valerie says ...
Dried sage. It isn't Thanksgiving until it's crushed and rubbed and the aroma is released.
11/03/2011 6:59:40 AM CDT
Kathy Connors says ...
Bell's Seasoning - I have to have it for seasoning the turkey as well as the much requested stuffing.
11/03/2011 6:20:44 AM CDT
Rita says ...
Cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving. It just isn't the same without it.
11/03/2011 6:20:53 AM CDT
Wilma Campbell says ...
Tofurky, lots of vegetables and good bread make a nice meal.
11/03/2011 11:10:10 PM CDT
Jeanne says ...
A bowl of nuts in the shell for cracking with the silver nut cracker! Oh what holiday memories I have as a kid cracking open the pecans, walnuts, hazelnuts, and almonds. What a great sound it always made. It kept we little hungry kids occupied while dinner was prepared and it's HEALTHY! Thanks WHOLE FOODS for giving us many healthy choices like Gluten-free, dairy-free, free range organic meats and yummy pumpkin pie!
11/03/2011 11:10:37 PM CDT
Susie Geist says ...
Oh definitly the coffee, without this majical bean the rest of the stuff would never see the outside of the cupboards.
11/03/2011 2:34:10 PM CDT
James says ...
Fresh cranberry (or cranberry sauce) and whole grain organic bread, go great with turkey.
11/03/2011 2:24:24 PM CDT
Peter D says ...
Balsamic vinegar, mustard, olive oil and sea salt. Cheers -
11/04/2011 10:38:39 PM CDT
Sarah says ...
Organic cranberry sauce! My favorite! No turkey for me on T-day, but cranberries are essential!
11/07/2011 5:23:12 AM CST
Jeanne M says ...
Cinnamon...it's the spice of autumn. I use it in almost everything, from sweet to savory, this time of year, and can't picture Thanksgiving without it!
11/03/2011 11:25:49 PM CDT
Sherry says ...
Stuffing is an absolute pantry staple, along with chicken broth, and fresh herbs.
11/04/2011 12:38:23 AM CDT

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