Homemade Cranberry Ginger Sauce
If you're making ahead of time, you can either keep in the fridge or freeze. If you are going to freeze, place in a freezer-safe container, place plastic wrap on the sauce, then place the lid on to prevent freezer burn. This mixture will expand, so be sure to leave enough headroom (about 1/2 inch). You can freeze using the ice cube method, but be sure to remove from the ice cube trays when frozen and place in a labeled freezer bag with all the air squeezed out to prevent freezer burn. The cranberry sauce will remain slightly soft even when frozen. This is because of the pectin.
You can just take out and thaw on the counter until you are ready to serve, or in the refrigerator if you prefer it cold. If you want to serve it warm, place in a sauce pot, add 1/4 cup orange juice, and bring to a simmer. Stir together and serve warm.