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Omnivorette's and Orik's exchange on falafel reminded me of the incredible range of spices available to people in the NY metro.   recently, I had the occasion to visit Kalustyan's to restock my chi

I've always pronounced it kal-oo'-stee-yans, but I don't know if that's correct or not.

Otherwise it'd be Single.   But you have to go to Kalustyan for about that many types of cocoa.

I bought Tilda at Aaron's Kissena Farms - a kosher market in Kew Gardens Hills. $15.99 for a 10# bag.

i always forget about that place for big bags of pantry items. i'm pretty sure they deliver to my neck of the woods.

All I know is they no longer deliver to Manhattan.

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What a gem this place still is. We take it for granted. I’ve been hanging out reading labels recently, because it’s amazing how many no/low carb edibles there are which won’t be mentioned on a typical Keto website.

 

It’s expanded, the staff are great, and to prove it’s truly international it offers HP Sauce. Of course, you can have too much choice. I gave up trying to decide which salt I wanted out of the wall full of possibilities.

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What a gem this place still is. We take it for granted. I’ve been hanging out reading labels recently, because it’s amazing how many no/low carb edibles there are which won’t be mentioned on a typical Keto website.

 

It’s expanded, the staff are great, and to prove it’s truly international it offers HP Sauce. Of course, you can have too much choice. I gave up trying to decide which salt I wanted out of the wall full of possibilities.

To say nothing of how many hot sauces they offer!

 

I was actually here earlier this week, restocking a couple of different za'atars.  It's like triple the size from when I first set food in.

 

Some great prices on labneh, yogurts, etc.  And good pocket pita ($1.29 for 6!), without schlepping to Atlantic Ave.

 

A famous Indian chef, now relocated to New Delhi I believe, once told me he felt the place just up the block had fresher spices. Still tbd.

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