#1

Vintage Shaver
Seattle, WA
Ready for the freezer. I've been tempted sometimes to eat them while shaving.
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John
#2

Living on the edge
If you are a connoisseur of dates, I would urge you to seek out the date variety called Ajwah.

If you have a Middle Eastern market in your area, that's your best chance for finding them.

They are relatively tiny compared to the medjool variety, darker, have an intense, creamy and nutty texture.
#3

Vintage Shaver
Seattle, WA
(03-16-2019, 10:38 AM)Tester28 Wrote: If you are a connoisseur of dates, I would urge you to seek out the date variety called Ajwah.

If you have a Middle Eastern market in your area, that's your best chance for finding them.

They are relatively tiny compared to the medjool variety, darker, have an intense, creamy and nutty texture.

Thanks for the idea. I'll check it out.
John
#4

Member
West Coast USA
You might try Goodies Market on Lake City Way, they may have it. Also get a Zaatar flatbread while you are there.
#5

Vintage Shaver
Seattle, WA
(03-16-2019, 11:24 PM)insomniac Wrote: You might try Goodies Market on Lake City Way, they may have it. Also get a Zaatar flatbread while you are there.

Thanks! I'll hit it the next time I go north to see my grandson.
John
#6

Living on the edge
Once you go Ajwah, there's no turning back.


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