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Jun 14, 2012 02:16 PM

...and where can I find pomegranate molasses?

Title says it all. Thanks.

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  1. Adonis, Akhavan, some health food stores, some gourmet stores, some supermarkets with "international" sections. Basically anywhere you would buy other Middle-Eastern ingredients.

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    1. re: SnackHappy

      cedar brand is sold at provigo/loblaws

    2. I got mine at Marche Lobo at Avenue du Parc, just north of Milton. They carry both a small and large bottles from a brand called Chtoura Garden.

      1. The only place I could find some without any added sugar was at La Dépense in Marché Jean-Talon.

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        1. re: Whygee

          Really? Clic brand, which is the most commonly available, lists only one ingredient: concentrated pomegranate juice.

          1. re: SnackHappy

            Thank you all for your input!

            I found a bottle of Cortas brand concentrated pomegranate juice. I realised it's the same as pomegranate molasses, but I did boil it down to make it sweeter and thicker (and it did smell like molasses in the end).

        2. We split some discussion about what to do with the pomegranate molasses once you've found it over to our Home Cooking board, since that's a general question that we think will get more answers there. Check it out: