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Help us hunt for Armenian ingredients


Where can you buy some of the less common Armenian Kitchen Pantry items?


Fortunately, the internet is a great way to search for stores in your neighborhood, or websites of companies that will ship right to your door.


One establishment, Kalustyan’s in NYC, www.kalustyans.com has an enormous selection of foods, so check it out.


You might be surprised at how many “Mom & Pop” Middle Eastern stores there are in unassuming locations. The hunt for them is half the fun!


If you have a favorite place to shop, please share the address, phone number and Web site with our readers.


Thanks!

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