Where to find cooking ingredients

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  1. alikishi

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    dashi is usually available in japanese stores. Here in quezon city, I buy my dashi at Fuji Japanese Store (along timog avenue). As for duck fat, santi's usually has them canned
     
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    I searched in both stores and didn't find any perhaps there is no more stock left? Ok PM me if ever you decide to sell your unopened bottle.
     
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    Somebody posted that Makati Supermarket has it. I haven't tried looking for one there.
     
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    If time will permit, I might go there this week. :confused:
    Thanks for the info! :)
     
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    Q! Where can i buy sausages that are used for pizza toppings? Brand? Price? Thanks!
     
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    Mmm..if you meat toppings like pre-sliced pepperoni etc., you can buy them from Rustan's, SM, Landmark supermarket etc. Look for them at the deli counter. Local deli products are reasonably priced.
     
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    Thanks for the reply, but what im refering to is those sausages ( ive searched the net and thats what they are called, i dunno why, ) but in a grounded beef form, also called breakfast sausages. I used to see it in sm before.
     
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    Hahaha i knew it! Thank you very much sir, will try that hack :)
     
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    You can get these at Bacchus.

    I too was looking for these ground meat texture sausages some time back. This shop always gets it.

    Pricey though, and availability is not guaranteed because the owner himself makes them. Try to call before heading over.

     
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    Thanks for the reply, is BACCHUS the one in Rockwell? Will check it out. :)
     
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    Yes. There's another branch in Commercenter Westgate Alabang if that's closer to you.
     
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    I think S&R also have italian sausages. you just have to remove the casing
     
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    who was the one looking for liquid smoke?

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    Taken yesterday, Makati Supermarket in ATC.

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    Thanks for this.
     
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    Mmm.....looking for galangal root or powder. Trying my hand in cooking simple Thai dishes. Tia.
     
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    hey guys! Do you happen to know where to get cheap but good tuna fillets?
     
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    Does anyone know where to buy vegan food in the south area?
     
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    Another BREAKFAST SAUSAGE hack that i tried over the weekend. And its HEALTHY! (daw :) )

    http://healthylivinghowto.com/1/post/2012/07/say-goodbye-to-jimmy-dean.html

    The first batch i did was a wee bit salty (i just scooped the salt without removing the excess, maybe thats why hehehe), but thats just me, as always you could adjust the ingredients according to your taste.
    Every herbs n spices are available at your local supermarket. Ive used the cheaper SM BONUS brand, they're good. McCormicik is quite expensive for me, but they are the only ones that has SAGE n NUTMEG.
     

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