Uwajimaya is one of our favorite places to pick up all kinds of produce, but when we need an exotic spice or two, we head over to Mayuri, an Indian grocery store near The Cooking Lab in Bellevue, Washington.
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2 Responses to “Mayuri: Where we get our spices”
I recently visited my local Indian store and discovered snap frozen raw shredded coconut meat which I boiled and made my own coconut milk with. I also discovered whole dried mature coconuts with the shell removed. They are baseball sized and taste absolutely delicious – truly the best tasting form of dried coconut!
Great article guys – thanks!!!
I love this post. My wife and I shop for spices almost exclusively at ethnic grocery stores. If you need something even remotely exotic, mainstream stores charge you three and four times more. We call it the “Honky” tax. Thanks for sharing.