Where can I buy dried Ogo in the Seattle area?
- ritabwh Feb 4, 2011 06:06 PM
Actually, I live in Lynnwood, but I can go North or South or East as necessary.
I am trying to get ingredients for Tuna Poke.
Can anyone recommend a substitute for Ogo?
Central Market in Mill Creek sometimes has the Poke Mix packets from NOH that has Hawaiian salt, Ogo, sesame seed & chili pepper. I'm not sure if they have just Ogo but they have the best Hawaiian section. They also sell Ahi Poke but it doesn't have Ogo, still pretty good. They sell all the Redondo products too as well as other Pocho sausage.
I'm assuming you have already checked Ranch 99 and Pacific Market but if not, those would be likely suspects, I know Ranch 99 has Taro root and Luau leaves which is pretty hard to find. If I find them somewhere I will post soon.