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After finding out this is going to be the MOST EXPENSIVE Thanksgiving ever, I’ve decided to start growing my own Cranberries to make Cranberry Sauce.

Now,  I just have add hot water to  Craisins, right?

The U.S. Farm Bureau predicts the average cost of Thanksgiving dinner will be up by at least 5 percent this year. “When you go to the grocery store and it feels more expensive, that’s because it is,” says Farm Bureau economist Veronica Nigh.

Contributing to the rise are canned cranberries, which cost more because of a steel shortage; turkeys, because the cost of their feed has more than doubled; and dinner rolls, because the cost of baking ingredients has skyrocketed, the bureau reports.