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ISO Liberian Ruby Red Rice in SF Bay Area

tarheelexpat | Oct 4, 201904:18 PM     1

Recently I watched a video (on Chowhound, I think) about chef Pierre Thiam and his Teranga restaurant in NYC. The West African food looked delicious and healthy, but I cannot find a source on the internet for one of the key ingredients, Liberian Ruby Red Rice. There is an entity in Liberia named Fabrar (fabrar.com) that is the only place I've found to get the rice, but I want a local source. They don't appear to be set up to sell to individuals. I'd even order from some place outside the Bay Area but in the US, but I don't see such a place in my internet searches. I know there is a Ghanian market in Oakland. Are there any other local West African markets that might sell this rice?

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