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Looking for Lizano Salsa

vinomom Jul 8, 2009 11:55 AM

Does anyone know where I can find Lizano Salsa locally (preferrably in the North Bay)? Just back from Costa Rica ~ and forgot to buy it while we were there. I know I can order from the internet, but would prefer to walk into a store and buy it if I can. TIA

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    lovinitt RE: vinomom Aug 24, 2009 01:42 PM

    not sure... but i found some on ebay... not bad $$ and was fast shipping! i cant wait to go back to Costa Rica! I would love to find a store that sells lizano!

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      Keesey RE: lovinitt Aug 24, 2009 04:53 PM

      I've found Lizano at Casa Lucas Market in the Mission. 2934 24th St xAlabama St. But the last time I was there, they were out. So delicious on eggs!!!

    2. rworange RE: vinomom Aug 24, 2009 02:26 PM

      You might give Tienda Guatemalteca in San Rafael a try.

      It is mainly Guatemalan but they carry other Central American items.

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        hyperbowler RE: vinomom Dec 4, 2012 12:23 PM

        Suprised there hasn't been a request for a while. I look for Lizano Sauce every time I go into a Latino market, and haven't seen it in over 5 years.

        Yesterday, I saw it twice: Mi Tierra Linda in Menlo Park and the 5th Ave. Chavez Supermarket in Redwood City (less than $7 for a big bottle).

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          seamunky RE: vinomom Dec 6, 2012 09:37 AM

          I would love to get my hands on some also. Anywhere in the South Bay?

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            hyperbowler RE: vinomom Dec 10, 2012 11:20 AM

            Spotted at Specialty foods in Old Oakland for less than $7.

            1. hhc RE: vinomom Dec 22, 2012 09:42 PM

              I found Lizano Salsa at Evergreen Market, 2539 Mission St, SF. $5.59 for 700 ml on the bottom shelf. Pic attached.

              What do you use it with?

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                hyperbowler RE: hhc Dec 23, 2012 12:28 AM

                It's a table condiment and it's used as ubiquitously in Costa Rica as ketchup is here. It tastes kind of like a steak sauce, and goes great on rice and beans, eggs, etc.

                Man, this stuff is coming out of the woodwork, and at really good prices.

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