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ISO dried smoked salmon

Crispier Crouton Oct 19, 2011 09:12 AM

Hey folks,

I'm looking for smoked salmon-- the dried stuff that comes in boxes and they sell in souvenir shops at the airport. Anywhere I can get it where I won't have to pay the usual airport premium?

And any recommendations on brands?


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  1. foodyDudey RE: Crispier Crouton Oct 19, 2011 09:40 AM

    I think you are lookig for "Indian Candy". Or is that "Native Candy" ?


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      ComeUndone RE: Crispier Crouton Oct 19, 2011 12:30 PM

      Costco is the first store that comes to mind. Otherwise, many Chinese supermarket/herbal stores carry those because they are popular souvenirs among expats.

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      1. re: ComeUndone
        Crispier Crouton RE: ComeUndone Oct 19, 2011 01:41 PM

        Costco sounds like the place to go to get them at a reasonable price. Thanks.

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        eatravel RE: Crispier Crouton Oct 19, 2011 12:45 PM

        My grocery sells them - It's a little convenience store at the corner of Bloor and Bartlett (just east of Dufferin).

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          tekkamaki RE: eatravel Nov 26, 2011 07:51 PM

          This smoked salmon is very convenient since it doesn't require refrigeration -- but have you actually tasted the stuff? I would rate canned salmon quite highly compared to it!

        2. T Long RE: Crispier Crouton Nov 26, 2011 08:08 PM

          Have you ever tried Salmon Jerky. Soo Jerky makes a version that I quite like. http://www.soojerky.com/products/jerk... The web site says it's marinated, dried, and barbecued. A bit more expensive than their regular beef and pork jerky. I've bought mine at Foody's on Bamburgh Circle, but it's likely available at other Asian stores like T&T. Canadian product.

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