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Thought I would start here. Chef Eddy van Damme has a recipe for raspberry-flavored chocolate couverture using freeze-dried raspberry powder. I can't seem to find such a product in Qzina or online for McCall's...doesn't mean they don't have it.

Can someone point me in the correct direction for a freeze-dried fruit powder? Thanks. Anywhere in Ontario would do fine for mail-order...or Canada for that matter.

ps. Phoned McCall's on Monday, got a mature adult and got some excellent needed information. Thanks again Kerry.


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Thought I would start here. Chef Eddy van Damme has a recipe for raspberry-flavored chocolate couverture using freeze-dried raspberry powder. I can't seem to find such a product in Qzina or online for McCall's...doesn't mean they don't have it.

Can someone point me in the correct direction for a freeze-dried fruit powder? Thanks. Anywhere in Ontario would do fine for mail-order...or Canada for that matter.

ps. Phoned McCall's on Monday, got a mature adult and got some excellent needed information. Thanks again Kerry.

Two well-known suppliers of freeze-dried fruits are Terra Spice Company and Just Tomatoes. Neither one is in Canada, though. I've had some luck with taking freeze-dried strawberries from Metro and buzzing them through my coffee grinder, so if you can find whole freeze-dried raspberries, it might be worth a shot...


Matthew Kayahara

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Thanks for the information, mkayahara.

So many wonderful products are available...but not in Canada. Pity.

I'll think about your idea of buzzing freeze dried strawberries... :smile:


Darienne

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I get freeze dried raspberries from European Freeze Dry www.europeanfreezedry.com and they do raspberry powder and I think they ship worldwide - its worth a try. It comes under Home Ingredients.


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