Does anyone know a soruce for Malaysian petai beans in Nova Scotia? Sataw is the Thai name. They are usually sold frozen. Surely there must be Malaysians or Thais here that cook with them. Wonderful taste that some may have a time getting used to. None of the usual Asian grocers know them and show me frozen soybeans.
Thanks for the tip Simon. I went to the Big Ray Asian Store in Dartmouth today. The kind owner found the beans in her suppliers' catalogue and is bringing them in next month. In the Philipines - where's she's from - they are called sator beans and they come in frozen in 100g packets. This will be enough for 1 meal for 3. Also found ikan bilis there too.