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Fresh Artichoke Hearts

dbwave Jun 1, 2011 11:54 AM

I have recipe that asks for 15 artichoke hearts for a soup. Instead of buying whole artichokes and peeling them...etc, I was wondering if anyone sells just the hearts?

Thanks CH!!

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    daantaat Jun 1, 2011 09:21 PM

    3rd TJ's frozen artichoke hearts. Have used them in recipes before. Gently defrost them in the microwave first and they work pretty well.

    Whole Foods has baby artichokes. TJ's doesn't for some reason this year.

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      sdnativa Jun 1, 2011 05:01 PM

      Fresh & Easy market has jarred grilled artichoke hearts packed in a water & oil combination. I think they are excellent.

      1. DiningDiva Jun 1, 2011 04:39 PM

        Use the frozen artichoke hearts, they're actually a pretty decent product. C&W frozen artichokes are pretty good. Trader Joes (as noted by wanker) is also a good source.

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          wanker Jun 1, 2011 04:23 PM

          I've never seen such a product. Artichoke hearts either come canned or frozen.

          FWIW, Trader Joe's is a great source for fresh artichokes especially in smaller sizes.

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