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Michelle T says ...
Olive oil helps me create almost all my favorite parts of Thanksgiving!
10/30/2011 6:00:36 PM CDT
Cindy Corum says ...
Pumpkin. Great for breads, desserts, spreads...
10/30/2011 6:03:14 PM CDT
joette higgs says ...
Bittersweet chocolate chips....the best for flourless chocolate cake, cookies, double chocolate brownies, chocolate sauce for ice cream. Love to bake at the holidays & share the baked goods with all my friends!
11/02/2011 10:27:05 PM CDT
Terri David says ...
Can't do without vegan stuffing. Just love it.
10/31/2011 4:53:06 AM CDT
Teague says ...
For Thanksgiving, I need cornstarch to make the perfect gravy.
10/31/2011 4:52:25 AM CDT
Debra Gommesen says ...
I love the items you have for sale. I wish you had a store close to me so I could shop there. I hope you soon add a Grand Rapids, MI store to your line up. Thank you for providing a needed service.
10/31/2011 7:29:06 AM CDT
Abby says ...
A variety of organic canned beans. I'm recently vegan, and there are so many easy and delicious bean-based recipes ou there.
10/31/2011 7:05:14 AM CDT
Elizabeth S says ...
organic oatmeal, it is a good healthy start for breakfast to get my day headed in the right healthy direction.
10/31/2011 7:10:18 AM CDT
Cecelia Heer says ...
It has to be the cranberry sauce in a can. Yes. Cranberry sauce in a can. The one that you open on one side with an electric (or manual can-opener), then on the other side you use a "beer can opener" so the suction allows the jellied cranberry sauce to ooze out of the can. Of course, the best part is the ridges in the sauce from the can. And this is always sliced with a serrated steak knife (don't ask me why but it is) onto the plate. And, of course, no one ever eats it...Well maybe uncle Frankie would take a bite. And for more than 40 years this has always (and will always be) been a tradition.
10/31/2011 5:27:39 AM CDT
Nicole Leary says ...
Dried sage! So many savory uses.
10/31/2011 11:38:38 AM CDT
Crista says ...
vanilla extract, baking powder, and chicken and veggie stock!
10/31/2011 10:47:52 PM CDT
John says ...
Cranberries are a must have!
10/31/2011 4:54:56 PM CDT
CHRISTINE M. says ...
ALLSPICE. SHOULD BE USED MORE OFTEN. A UNIQUE TASTE
11/02/2011 10:25:52 PM CDT
Mary says ...
•Frontier Organic Cinnamon, Organic Cloves, Organic Nutmeg and Organic Ginger I make a mixture of these and put in a tightly capped mason jar and use for coffee, baked apples, over warmed fresh pineapple, and in my pancake batter. Also great in warm cider.
11/01/2011 1:11:01 PM CDT
Sarah says ...
Chicken broth! Perfect for the stuffing, yummmm!
11/01/2011 1:11:10 PM CDT
Megs says ...
Probably nutmeg ( since it's my mom's nickname for me), and it just has a holiday smell and taste to me.
11/01/2011 12:22:31 PM CDT
Teresa Russell says ...
We must have Olive Oil, and Rice. Brown Sugar during the holidays, along with flour makes for wonderful deserts.
11/01/2011 1:57:43 PM CDT
Randi says ...
My family cannot live without wild rice during the holidays. If there wasn't our family's famous Wild Rice Stuffing, no one would show up!
11/01/2011 4:51:53 PM CDT
Iiz says ...
During the holiday seasons I can not live without cream - we put it in sauces and on pies!
11/01/2011 5:16:25 PM CDT
Kerri S says ...
Gluten free flour so I can bake pies and make gravy.
11/02/2011 1:30:51 AM CDT
Virginia says ...
I use chicken broth for everything. Cooking lentils, cooking rice, etc. And I love imagine organics!
11/02/2011 1:47:12 AM CDT
Judith Wink says ...
CinnaYUM! Canned, spiced pumpkin for my favorite pie! Chicken stock for that extra, tasty moisture.....
11/06/2011 4:13:23 AM CST
Tara says ...
Cinnamon and nutmeg. Yams must have nutmeg! Yummy
11/06/2011 6:22:06 AM CST
Martha says ...
It has to be canned pumpkin! It's not Thanksgiving without pumpkin pie!
11/06/2011 6:21:41 AM CST
Maggie DiMauro says ...
The pantry staple I absolutely cannot live without on Thanksgiving is PECANS. I toast them to bring out even more nutty flavor and add to my stuffing. I then use them in the most buttery pecan pie, and also whip up some candied spiced pecans to sprinkle on my yams before serving.
11/02/2011 10:25:27 PM CDT

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