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[PDX] Source for Brazilian groceries, farinha, etc?

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sambamaster Jun 4, 2008 12:49 PM

I'm a newbie here in Portland [sue me, I'm not from California, at least!!!! :-) ] and am looking for a source for Brazilian chow items like farinha de mandioca, sucos, pimenta, etc. Any pointers, especially on the Eastside? Probably hidden inside another genre of Latino market, or even an alert Asian market.

Thanks for any clues.

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    n.cole RE: sambamaster Jun 10, 2008 03:57 PM

    there used to be a little brazilian grocery store/travel agency around 52nd (?) and university ave in the u-district. there is also a place off I-405 between kirkland and redmond. i left seattle over a year ago, so it might not be there anymore...

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      n.cole RE: n.cole Jun 10, 2008 04:00 PM

      just kidding...you are in portland. sorry.

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      gnarlos RE: sambamaster Jun 24, 2009 12:10 PM

      Ever find anywhere on portland? I have been here for a few years but never found anywhere. thanks

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        sambamaster RE: gnarlos Jun 24, 2009 12:37 PM

        Not yet. Someone at Brazil Grill (?) told me of a Latino grocery somewhere east about 180th or further, never went. Found farinha de mandioca at an Ethiopian store on Glisan (around NE 30th) called Dashen, they also have Malaysian dende (red palm oil, at least). But no maracuja, caju, malagueta, etc....

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          gado_gado RE: sambamaster Jan 23, 2010 02:55 PM

          Try the market World Foods
          http://www.barburworldfoods.com/about...

          They have the usual stuff, like Yoki products.

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