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Electra Jablons | Dec 22, 200110:09 AM     19

I'm looking for a place to buy Indian Nuts -- a small, sweet, hard-shelled nut grown and hand-picked in the American southwest. They're expensive, yet I used to eat them all the time as a snack at my grandmother's house in Queens many years ago.

They used to sell them at a couple of nuts/produce stores near me on Long Island, but not anymore.

Does anybody know of anything in Queens or Manhattan?

-- E

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