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Anyone know if any of hte brands of cranberry sauce are gluten-free?

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As of 11/04 Ocean Spray Whole Berry and Jelly Cranberry were gluten-free. You might want to check the labels to see if they still are.

As of 3/05 Safeway Whole Berry and Jelly Cranberry were gluten-free.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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As of 11/04 Ocean Spray Whole Berry and Jelly Cranberry were gluten-free.  You might want to check the labels to see if they still are.

As of 3/05 Safeway Whole Berry and Jelly Cranberry were gluten-free.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Thanks! I know thier juices are so I figured their sauce would be too,

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Definitely make it from scratch - so much better!

1 lb cranberries, 1/2 to 1 1/2 cup sugar (depending on your tastes), and liquid. I've used orange juice, water, and pomegranate juice. This year, apple juice and some diced, peeled apples. It simmers for about an hour (the berries all pop and it thickens), but it's so much better than canned!

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Definitely make it from scratch - so much better!

1 lb cranberries, 1/2 to 1 1/2 cup sugar (depending on your tastes), and liquid.  I've used orange juice, water, and pomegranate juice.  This year, apple juice and some diced, peeled apples.  It simmers for about an hour (the berries all pop and it thickens), but it's so much better than canned!

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Maybe on a less hetci day :)

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I agree with the homemade cranberry sauce thing... I make it so its not that clear jelly thing, its got visable pieces of cranberry in it. I add a little orange zest and orange juice and every year people rave about it. The best thing about it is that you shouldn't make it on the "hectic" day. Its best if made a day or two before hand.

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Definitely make it from scratch - so much better!

1 lb cranberries, 1/2 to 1 1/2 cup sugar (depending on your tastes), and liquid.  I've used orange juice, water, and pomegranate juice.  This year, apple juice and some diced, peeled apples.  It simmers for about an hour (the berries all pop and it thickens), but it's so much better than canned!

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Does that make it jellied? You know like the stuff that comes out ofthat can, that still looks like a can when comes out? :D

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i agree with homemade--really easy... i made it on sunday night--and went with the orange zest and some of the fresh juice too.

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It's not "jelled" like jelly (as in translucent), but is a jam-like consistency. And it really doesn't add to the headaches in the cooking, as long as you have an extra burner, 'cause really, all you need to do, it stir every once in a while when you pass by. Other than that, it sits there for an hour, after you take 90 seconds to fill it up. :-) But making it the day before also works, espeically if you prefer it cold.

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Tiffany, what brand of pomegranate juice do you use?  I've been meaning to call POM to see if they are gluten-free, just never got around to it.  Thanks!

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I believe they are gluten-free, but I used pomegranate juice from Trader Joe's.

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