Cranberry sauce

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Cranberry sauce
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Alternative namesCranberry jam
Place of originUnited States
Main ingredientsCranberries, sugar, water

Cranberry sauce or cranberry jelly[1] is a sauce made from cranberries. It is commonly eaten with turkey during the Thanksgiving holiday in North America or during Christmas dinner in the United Kingdom. Cranberry sauce started being available all year in 1941 with canning.

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  1. Pyenson, Andrea. "A tale of two side dishes". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 2010-11-25.