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Soy paper in Calgary?

JingJong Oct 31, 2011 08:30 AM

Does anyone know where I can get soy paper in Calgary? I haven't seen any sushi places in the area using it, so I figure it's probably hard to come by here. Thanks in advance!

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    camelicious Oct 31, 2011 03:48 PM

    If you mean soy paper as in the semi translucent "skin" that forms when boiling soy milk that is dried and needs rehydrating, prior to using, then try Lambda or Lucky Supermarket or even Shun Fatt or T and T in the refrigerated section. If you are refering to the soy packet used for inari sushi, I would suggest a sushi supply store like Arirang. I think they typically come in a can.

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    Lucky Supermarket
    4527 8 Ave SE #327, Calgary, AB T2A 0A7, CA

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    1. re: camelicious
      JingJong Nov 3, 2011 07:52 AM

      Sorry, it's called mamenori. It comes in different colors and some have sesame seeds in it. It looks like wrapping paper. I think I may have to just order it online.

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