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Fill your holiday table with a feast free of grains, dairy, and refined sugar.

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  1. I make a similar sauce and love it! Sometimes I add a little diced apple to change things up. This honestly tastes better (and fresher) than anything that comes in a can. I prefer mine chunky, but the immersion blender is a great idea to make it seem more like the store bought kind.

  2. To make it a “spiced” cranberry sauce, follow the recipe but also reserve some of the orange peel and dice it into fine cubes. Scrape those in with the berries. Then sprinkle some cinnamon on top before you cook it. A dash or several.


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