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Dave5440 Jan 15, 2012 07:38 PM

For those of you looking for Stub and LC in the Toronto area the Cheese Boutique has a good inventory
and is discounted right now , the couple of pots that I bought pre chistmas were 100$ cheaper as of sat.
They also had Myiabi and shuns discounted as well

  1. TeRReT Jan 15, 2012 07:44 PM

    eh, i will be in toronto thursday, may have to check it out if its still discounted

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      Dave5440 Jan 15, 2012 07:56 PM

      Upstairs at the back Terret, They must have bought a ton of it thinking x-mas would be busy. Enameled CI is stacked on the floor, oddly though what I might have bought (those tiny CI pots 8oz) were full price

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        petek Jan 15, 2012 07:57 PM

        The Healthy Butcher also has LC(no Staub) at excellent prices.The claim the the lowest prices in Canada...

        http//:www.thehealthybutcher.com

        http//:www.sliceandsear.com

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          Dave5440 Jan 15, 2012 08:15 PM

          Hi Pete, the prices on the mini's are better but still more than I'd pay, you're in the know do you know where I can get Prague powder #1 without going to buffalo?

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            petek Jan 15, 2012 08:26 PM

            "do you know where I can get Prague powder #1"
            Is that the stuff used to cure meats and fish? If so ,ask your local butcher(if you already haven't) otherwise I can't help ya.sorry

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              Dave5440 Jan 15, 2012 08:43 PM

              Oh yes that's the first place I asked, none of them use it (apparently) so they must buy all of the smoked and cured meat, I did just have an idea though, st. Jacobs has lots of sausage makers, they might part with some. Did you read the knife buying guide on the healthy butcher website? Some good stuff in there, such as--if you happen to drop a Japanese knife the result will likely be a chip off the tip or even an outright break of the blade.
              Heres's another--“Japanese” style chef knives usually refer to the Santoku style

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                Dave5440 Feb 5, 2012 06:01 PM

                Hey Pete , I just got back from T.O. , I found Prague #1 (or insta cure #1 it's hard to tell the diff) at W-S at the eaton center of all places, I lucked out as I was looking for it a swedish lady was as well and they had to find it "out back" for her I got a couple of jars as well, just wasn't cheap.

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                TeRReT Jan 15, 2012 08:38 PM

                http://www.canadacompound.com/ in woodbridge has it according to their website, could try them

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                  Dave5440 Jan 15, 2012 08:48 PM

                  I looked at their website awhile ago, not easy to buy 8oz from them, if at all

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