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I am trying to find a supply of fresh yuzu in the UK. Does anyone know of anyone who imports and or stocks it?

Thanks.

I've looked into this in the past and as far as I can tell you can't get them- that said browsing through the Yuzu obsessed forum on the Japanese forum

http://forums.egullet.org/index.php?showtopic=54836&st=90

It seems that someone is at least having a crack at growing them in the UK see their site below - maybe worth getting in touch?

http://www.namayasai.co.uk/

The Japan centre in London also sells good bottled yuzu juice as does Mount fuji online.

Let me know how you get on

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I am trying to find a supply of fresh yuzu in the UK. Does anyone know of anyone who imports and or stocks it?

Thanks.

I've looked into this in the past and as far as I can tell you can't get them- that said browsing through the Yuzu obsessed forum on the Japanese forum

http://forums.egullet.org/index.php?showtopic=54836&st=90

It seems that someone is at least having a crack at growing them in the UK see their site below - maybe worth getting in touch?

http://www.namayasai.co.uk/

The Japan centre in London also sells good bottled yuzu juice as does Mount fuji online.

Let me know how you get on

Thanks for this! I am still on the look out and will keep you updated!

Alex

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I am trying to find a supply of fresh yuzu in the UK. Does anyone know of anyone who imports and or stocks it?

Thanks.

I've looked into this in the past and as far as I can tell you can't get them- that said browsing through the Yuzu obsessed forum on the Japanese forum

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I love yuzu but someone suggested to me that yuzus are what in the US are called kumquats. Anyone any views of this (maybe this has been disussed in the Japanese forum, in which case my apologies) ?

Petrus

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I love yuzu but someone suggested to me that yuzus are what in the US are called kumquats. Anyone any views of this (maybe this has been disussed in the Japanese forum, in which case my apologies) ?

Petrus

Yuzu are not kumquat!!! They're not alike at all!

Kumquat are kinkan.

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I am trying to find a supply of fresh yuzu in the UK. Does anyone know of anyone who imports and or stocks it?

Thanks.

Hi Alex

The only places i have seen fresh yuzu in london is in Atari-ya

drop these guys a line http://www.atariya.co.uk/.

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Why must it be fresh yuzu ? Yuzu-koshou (yuzu w black pepper) is a great way to get the genuine yuzu flavour if the pepper isn't an intrusion in the dish or dishes you're planning. It comes in little jars and keeps well.

Yuzu was always a mystery to me - you read up and discover it's called 'citron' in English, but who ever heard of that back in the UK ?

QUIET!  People are trying to pontificate.

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