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Indianguy Sep 6, 2010 06:24 PM

Yes? Hi!

Where is the best place in the Toronto to find the nuts that is not the Loblaws, Metro or Yonge\Dundas Square?

We were looking for the peanuts, almonds and the pistachios (even the salted and flavoured kind are the ok).

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    EarlyDrive RE: Indianguy Sep 6, 2010 06:50 PM

    Kensington Market.

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      jmarcroyal RE: EarlyDrive Sep 6, 2010 07:06 PM

      go to Bulk Barn, they have lots of different nuts available, not to mention lots of spices and other ingredients!

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      toveggiegirl RE: Indianguy Sep 6, 2010 08:37 PM

      Although not very conveniently located, Johnvince has a great selection of nuts.
      http://www.johnvince.com/catalog.php?...

      1. scarberian RE: Indianguy Sep 7, 2010 02:31 AM

        I do remember a few years ago there was a place on Lawrence Ave E. between Victoria Park and Warden Ave. that was Middle Eastern and they specialized in various nuts. They were in a plaza on the north side. Sorry I can't recall their name, but their sign advertised that they specialized in nuts.

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        Victoria Park Restaurant
        335 Durham Market St N, Kincardine, ON N2Z1Z4, CA

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          Notorious P.I.G. RE: scarberian Sep 7, 2010 02:45 AM

          You're thinking of Samara Roasted Nuts. Lawrence between Wexford Blvd and Pharmacy.

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          Gary RE: Indianguy Sep 7, 2010 04:47 AM

          There's a pretty good selection of bulk nuts at Domino's, which is located on the lower floor of the St. Lawrence Market way back in the north-west corner.

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

          1. ekim256 RE: Indianguy Sep 7, 2010 08:31 AM

            My favourite place is Tutti Fruitti in Kensington Market. Very friendly owners at decent prices. I like their granola selection too! I find their nuts to be fresh, but their trail mix is hit or miss. They also carry dried blueberries, cherries, pineapple, and mango.

            Erin
            http://cookiesandtomatoes.blogspot.com/

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