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Where to find packaged green tea cheesecake?

tinkleondabeach Feb 2, 2013 08:48 PM

Ordered a small slice of macha green tea cheesecake from Kitchen Kura and was told they came packaged, but the guy doesn't know where to get them. Anyone know where I can find them in the SF area? Tasted like green tea ice cream so yummy.

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    noodlelife Feb 3, 2013 04:48 AM

    Tokyo Fish Market in Berkeley has it in the frozen section I believe, and since it's a fairly common Japanese dessert (often served frozen) you should be able to find it at any Japanese market. If you're in the city, try Nijiya in Japantown!

    1. Tripeler Feb 3, 2013 03:56 PM

      It seems to me that since green tea (matcha) powder is so easy to find, one could easily make a cheesecake with it. Could be a fun project.

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        floofy cricket Feb 3, 2013 05:03 PM

        If it came to them prepackaged, I wouldn't be surprised if it was from John & Jill's Cheesecake in Novato- they sell frozen cheesecakes, mini cheesecakes, and mixed variety cheesecakes from their kitchen/office space in Bel Marin Keys. (the green tea cheesecake is delicious!)

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