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Having gotten the Momofuku cookbook for Xmas I was looking for a mail order source of konbu (seaweed for making daishi) and ramen noodles made with alkaline salts to make the momofuku ramen dish. I found both amongst other stuff from http://www.raanthai.co.uk

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Do any of the supermarkets still sell verjuice? I certainly remember it being all over the place when Maggie Beer started promoting it, but now that I have a number of recipes which require it, I never seem to see it. I have tried my local middle eastern shops for sour grape juice, but the bottles look a bit crusty. Perhaps their low turnover is another sign of the low demand?

Catherine

Catherine,

I'm not sure where in the UK you are, but if you are anywhere near a commercial vineyard then it may be worth contacting them as some do produce verjus.

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Nayan


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Having gotten the Momofuku cookbook for Xmas I was looking for a mail order source of konbu (seaweed for making daishi) and ramen noodles made with alkaline salts to make the momofuku ramen dish. I found both amongst other stuff from http://www.raanthai.co.uk

Ahhhhh Momofuku you have to love that book no?

FYI these might help too

http://www.mountfuji.co.uk/

http://www.japancentre.com/

Not sure whjere you are based but there is also a Korean leaning Asian Grocers near centre point in London that will help with much of the ingredients in Momofuku.

http://www.cpfs.co.uk/

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