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OK . . . for all you guys that have been looking for gravy . . .

Today at Whole Foods I saw a product by Imagine Foods. Twas gravy!!! I have never seen that before. It could have been there for years and I just now noticed it. They had several flavours (turkey, beef, mushroom.) Says gluten free on the front of the package.

http://www.imaginefoods.com/content/roasted-turkey-flavored-gravy

I typically make my own gravy, but I have seen several requests for gravy in the past and Thanksgiving is rolling around so I thought I would post. If someone has actually tried it, please post with your opinion/critique.

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OK . . . for all you guys that have been looking for gravy . . .

Today at Whole Foods I saw a product by Imagine Foods. Twas gravy!!! I have never seen that before. It could have been there for years and I just now noticed it. They had several flavours (turkey, beef, mushroom.) Says gluten free on the front of the package.

http://www.imaginefoods.com/content/roasted-turkey-flavored-gravy

I typically make my own gravy, but I have seen several requests for gravy in the past and Thanksgiving is rolling around so I thought I would post. If someone has actually tried it, please post with your opinion/critique.

Have you tried it yet? If it's great, send me some, please. Nearest WF is in Raleigh. :(

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My local Wegmans started stocking these along with Grainless Baker Seasoned Stuffing Mix around last Thanksgiving. If I want gravy these are the ones I grab. They are really pretty good.

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I usually always make homemade stuffing & gravy. But it your in a pinch or haven't tried on your own yet Full Flavor Foods has EXCELLENT gravies &, sauces just add water..simple......the best I've ever used...

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I usually always make homemade stuffing & gravy. But it your in a pinch or haven't tried on your own yet Full Flavor Foods has EXCELLENT gravies &, sauces just add water..simple......the best I've ever used...

I usually make my own too, from turkey, beef or chicken. Pork does not have a lot of 'drippings' and can be dry sometimes. A gravy option would be great!

Great...will have to search (or nag my Raleigh friends). B)

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Excellent gravy. I found it last year just before Thanksgiving. The only problem I had with it was opening the package! I couldn't figure out how to do it. So I wrote to the company and asked. And I got a ton of coupons including some for free products! Try writing to them and praising the product. You'll probably get coupons.

Anyway to open it, you have to put a non sharp knife under the plastic tab, break it, then push it into the opening. Strange design but great gravy!

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I'm not cooking a turkey with bone this year...so was wondering about Pre-made gravy. Thanks for the posts!

I was thinking of roasting a whole chicken earlier in the week and using those drippings to make gravy on Thanksgiving.

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Excellent gravy. I found it last year just before Thanksgiving. The only problem I had with it was opening the package! I couldn't figure out how to do it. So I wrote to the company and asked. And I got a ton of coupons including some for free products! Try writing to them and praising the product. You'll probably get coupons.

Anyway to open it, you have to put a non sharp knife under the plastic tab, break it, then push it into the opening. Strange design but great gravy!

Thanks Julie for the heads up.

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