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INdan Candy from Santa Monica Seafood?

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Diana Dec 5, 2007 12:36 PM

How is it?

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    ozhead RE: Diana Dec 5, 2007 12:46 PM

    It is delicious. Go in and ask them for a taste.

    1. liu RE: Diana Dec 5, 2007 06:46 PM

      I love it!
      I have had it elsewhere, and it is the same at Santa Monica Seafood. I think it comes to them pre-packaged (as opposed to their making it themselves), and it is mighty delicious!
      It will keep for a week or so, but I advise buying what you will eat over a few days...and then you will want to return to buy some more. It is great separated over a salad!

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        whatsfordinner RE: Diana Dec 5, 2007 07:27 PM

        What is it? I googled but got nothing!

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          hrhboo RE: whatsfordinner Dec 5, 2007 07:40 PM

          A smoked salmon preparation with brown sugar and maple syrup.

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            liu RE: whatsfordinner Dec 5, 2007 08:31 PM

            whatsfordinner -- Google "Indian Candy" and you will find several items:

            http://www.google.com/search?sourceid...

            It's a snack and a dessert and a salad topping and a sandwich spread...it's anything and everything you want it to be! It's sticky and gooey, and it is addictive!

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              whatsfordinner RE: liu Dec 6, 2007 07:38 AM

              Hah! I googled "Indan" candy based on the original post.

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            Bjartmarr RE: Diana Dec 5, 2007 09:49 PM

            Do they use wild salmon, or that farmed crap?

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              Diana RE: Bjartmarr Dec 6, 2007 05:54 AM

              Depends upon the manufacturer, really.

              I first had it from Snapper Jon's (RIP) in Woodland Hills.

              I like to take it khiking, cause the salmon and sugar gives you one hell of a boost.

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                liu RE: Diana Dec 6, 2007 04:44 PM

                Funny -- I, too, had it at Snapper Jon's (RIP!), long after I had been introduced to it at SM Seafood. While I think the packaging and source were identical, I always preferred the SM Seafood version just a tad more...don't know why.

                Speaking of...I had some really great fish from Snapper Jon's, and some really not-so-, so I was not really surprised when they closed their doors. I think Santa Monica Seafood offers a much better selection of excellent seafood.

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