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Feb 2, 2012 08:11 AM

Roasted Nori Seaweed in toronto?

Does anyone know where I can buy roasted nori seaweed (for snacking on, like healthy chips) in downtown Toronto?

Thanks! :)

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  1. I usually buy the spicy Happy Brand nori at PAT, in Koreatown. It's my favourite snack food. You can find other brands at the Chinese stores in Chinatown, but I haven't tried them.

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    1. re: otnorot

      Thanks! I've been to PAT before (they have this instant coffee I love) so I'll check it out.

    2. there's a good Japanese food store on Queen W (just east of Niagara on N side) called Sanko

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      1. re: CocoTO

        Sanko is about my last choice for anything. PAT, T&T and other Korean places are preferable.

        1. re: CocoTO

          Thanks! I find Sanko a bit overpriced but it's got good products.

        2. I think you can even buy these at loblaws.

          I know costco sells them and I have seen them at all korean or Japanese markets. T&T too.

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          1. re: flying101

            I have a Costco membership so I'll check this out. Hopefully there aren't hundreds of sheets! (Costco size lol).

            1. re: calihoffman

              Not all Costcos have seaweed. If you are north of the city I recommend Galleria on York Mills (west of Don Mills). I always buy the single serving packages, they are sold in packs of 9 or 12 or 16.

              1. re: sweetie

                I have purchased it at the costco in markham and by yorkdale. Also in New York (white plains).... I just figured most of them sold it.

          2. Multiple Organics sells a bunch. They are on Dundas, near Dufferin.

            1. no frills has it on sale this week 3 packs for $1

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              1. re: ladyjames773

                we prefer the ones at Costco which are much less oily than many other brands...they sell in bulk and each pack has more sheets than the other brands...