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Finding Thai ingredients in the Pittsburgh area

ayerarcturus | Aug 27, 201001:07 PM     16

Hey all,

I was reading the It Rains Fishes cookbook by Kasma Loha-Unchit and figure it's time to try some recipes. I can find some of the standard ingredients (fish sauce, shrimp paste -- mostly from Lotus Mart) but others remain elusive (kaffir lime leaves, galangal, green curry paste). We probably don't have the density to support a proper Thai grocer, but have any of you found an Asian market that carries more Thai ingredients than Lotus Mart? I'd be willing to drive ~20 miles from the city if necessary. Thanks!

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