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Where can I find Kamut and Buckwheat in Montreal?

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Hi

I love adding whole grains to my salads and specially love buckwheat and kamut. I have been unable to find these in Montreal so far. Does anyone know where I can get them?

Thanks !

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  1. Have you tried Club organic?

    http://www.epiceriebiologique.ca/accu...

    1. Aliments Merci Vrac in Marché Jean Talon usually has them

      1. I'm pretty sure you can get those at any bulk or health food store and even in the health food sections of some big supermarkets. Vrac Merci, Frenco, Bio-Terre, Rachelle-Berry, Loblaws, IGA...

        1. I have tried my local IGA and Provigo. I have tried two of the stores at Jean Talon that sell whole grains, but no luck so far.
          I will check these stores out and revert back to you. Thank you for your replies !

          1. check the organic section for both of those, also check the kosher section for the buckwheat.
            when the holidays are over, i would suggest heading to frigo vert, they carry in bulk many grains at a low cost and if they do not carry it you can order it directly from the supplier from them and get it at a reduced price.

            1. you can find kasha/buckwheat in a small brown box in virtually any supermarket. check near dried beans and grains, or eastern european/russian/kosher sections. kamut's more a health food store thing....

              1. Bulk barn