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One less Thanksgiving battle



No matter how abundant your Thanksgiving feast, one item always remains in short supply: that one lonely turkey wishbone. Entrepreneur Ken Ahroni offers an elegant solution to this source of childhood battles. His Seattle-based company, Lucky Break Wishbones, makes synthetic wishbones with the same snap and feel you remember. No more waiting for the wishbone to dry on the windowsill. No more fighting over whose turn it is this year. And now it’s easy for vegetarians to make Thanksgiving wishes, too! A family pack of five runs right around $5. Find them at Fred Meyer, Whole Foods, Party City, and at luckybreakwishbone.com

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