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eatrustic | Dec 2, 201404:35 PM     11

This is a long shot as I've tried all the places I can think of but this is the end of the fresh Yuzu season in California (coming up soon in Japan).
Yuzu is a nobby sourish citrus like a Seville orange.

I know they are produced in California but it doesn't look like they were sent up here.
They are bloody expensive here from Japan (about $6 each when they arrive) and I want a few lbs to play with to make preserves.
Anyone seen them anywhere? I've tried Whole Foods, most of the local fruit and veg sellers, ProOrganics and Fujiya.... as well as Granville Island.
Thanks!

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