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If you’ve only ever had cranberry sauce from a can, this no-cook combination of fresh oranges, apples, and cranberries will be a Thanksgiving revelation. Sweetened with sucralose (brand name Splenda), this relish weighs in at only one carbohydrate choice for a generous half-cup serving.

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  1. Please knock it off with the poison sweetners. Just be modest with the honey, sugar, real maple syrup … etc. If not, be modest with those poison sweetners. I put one third, if not less, a pack of sweet and low in a cup of coffee.

    I do love cranberry relish. I want to give some to my mother every day to prevent bladder infection. M

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