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ISO: Fresh Tomatillos in dwtn TO

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lemonslemonslemons Nov 10, 2009 11:15 AM

Any sources for good quality, fresh tomatillos available in the downtown core lately?

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    Boodah RE: lemonslemonslemons Nov 10, 2009 01:55 PM

    The two latin-american markets in Kensington Market generally have them available.

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      NoraRebecca RE: lemonslemonslemons Nov 10, 2009 02:57 PM

      I have also seen them at the St Lawrence Saturday North market

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        Gary RE: NoraRebecca Nov 10, 2009 04:57 PM

        A veggie place on the lower level of the South St. Lawrence Market also sometimes carries them. It's the one in the middle, across from the Chinese Deli. When they have them they are next to the chili peppers.

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        St. Lawrence Market
        92 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E, CA

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        clamnectar RE: lemonslemonslemons Nov 10, 2009 04:12 PM

        the produce place right across the street from european meats (in kensington market) has them often.

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          wontonfm RE: lemonslemonslemons Nov 10, 2009 04:36 PM

          Kensington is definitely the place to go...you will find them there for sure.

          I think Whole Foods carries them as well but the cost is likely a whole lot more!

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          http://whatsonmyplate.wordpress.com

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            Prok RE: wontonfm Nov 11, 2009 04:00 PM

            Loblaws at Bathurst/St. Clair has them, which leads me to believe that they're likely also available at ( mid-town) grocery stores - Metro, Sobeys, Fiesta Farms, etc. I buy them all the time at Loblaws. (All year round I might add, which is not exactly 100 mile diet.)

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            Fiesta Farms
            200 Christie St, Toronto, ON M6G, CA

          2. Kagemusha RE: lemonslemonslemons Nov 11, 2009 05:39 PM

            Kensington and SLM are usually dependable sources. FYI, they're not impossible to grow if you have a bit of sunny real estate.

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