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If you can't find them locally, let me know and I will bring you a bag from SF. I love them so much... I just can't remember where I bought them the last time in Seattle. They used to come in a metal canister, and had I known they were phasing out that packaging, I would have held onto one to keep using it.

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Sur La Table at the market has them, or at least did last time I looked.

edit: For that matter, I have more than I'll ever use, if you just want to borrow a cup.


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ChefShop used to carry them (no longer open on Saturdays so I don't know what's in the store anymore.)

I've seen them at PCC, the deli/market at the north end of Pike Place Market (by the wine store, so close to Virginia, and I think at DeLaurentis. I'm guessing Larry's has them too - or Met Market? Okay, I'm not much help.

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Not from Scharffenberger, but World Spice Markets below Pike Place Market has cacao nibs priced per ounce.

Ah, and Fran's has some chocolate-coated cacao nibs meant more as a snack or garnish.

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Metropolitan Market has them, or at least the Queen Anne store did a few months ago.

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