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juno | Aug 22, 201906:26 AM     5

I'd be much obliged if someone could advise me on which retail store in Toronto I could get my favourite casual nosh: traditional thick looped sourdough hard pretzels. My usual source, Coppa's (formerly Highland Farms) on Dufferin, has finked out and no longer carries it. I'm not interested in those preudo-pretzel pretenders that seem to be dominating the market nowadays: nibbles, nuggets, pretzel chips, pretzel crackers, skinny pretzels, and (horrors) chocolate-covered pretzels. I want the substantial salt and crunch of crusty, thick, full-scale, in-your-face pretzels, made by Snyder's, Jake-Baked or any other outfit that takes pretzels seriously enough to do it the right way. Your suggestions, please.

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