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Where to get pomegranate molasse in Montréal?

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Any idea if it's sold somewhere in the Plateau? Thanks!

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  1. maybe @ "Gourmet Laurier" on Laurier St. ?

    1. Let me know if you find some! I've been looking for it for months. Nothing in the European-style grocery stores in my neighborhood, nothing at Aubut... Doesn't Petit Alep have something like that in their menu, though?

      1. You can always make your own

        http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/pome...

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        1. re: mecook

          You can get it at Atwater market, I forget the name of the store, but it's the one with all the hot sauces, the funky pasta, on the street level. I buy the CLIC brand. However, I bot the last 2 bottles on the weekend, wait a couple weeks.

          1. re: bistrobabe

            duly noted. thanks all!

            1. re: bistrobabe

              That is Douceurs de Marche. North East corner of the market building.
              Akhavan on Sherbrooke in NDG will also have it.

          2. Wouldn't Adonis or the Arab shops at JTM carry it? You could also try La Dépense at JTM.

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            1. re: Campofiorin

              My current bottle comes from La Dépense, the bottle before that from the Sauvé Adonis. Course, neither place is on the Plateau.

              1. re: carswell

                Ok then, how 'bout Folie en Vrac?

            2. Not in the plateau, but you can definitely get it at Akhavan, in NDG (Sherbrooke, corner Grand Blvd). It comes in a tall glass bottle. I bought it there recently.

              1. or if you are downtown, al mizan -that little depanneur looking store across the street from the st. mathieu exit of the guy-concordia metro station (st mathieu @ de maisonneuve) definitely has it.

                1. We've moved some posts about cooking with pomegranate molasses to the Home Cooking board, where the whole community can more easily chime in. Feel free to post your tips there:

                  http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/664425