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Old 04-23-2016, 03:54 PM   #21
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tenspeed, I found it at Kroger, so it's available in other grocery stores, too.

Thanks for the links
Some things that are readily available in supermarkets elsewhere are not available here. We're getting more diverse, though. Only 93% white, down from 98% in 2000 and 96% in 2010. Neighboring Vermont and Maine are pretty much the same. Some of the locals regard Massachusetts as a foreign country.
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Old 04-23-2016, 03:57 PM   #22
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Pineapple! Yes, when I first got it, I broiled buttered pineapple slices and sprinkled them with Tajin. Yum

We took a snorkel party boat a few years ago, and when we stopped at a shallow beach area, they served us all sorts of tropical fruits with Tajin on floating platters in the ocean! Pineapple, mango, starfruit, it was all so good!

I'm going to try it with roasted cauliflower.
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Old 04-23-2016, 06:34 PM   #23
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Thank you, PPO and Munky. I'll look in the produce and meat departments as well as the ethnic aisle. It's gotta be there - I can't imagine a SoCal supermarket NOT stocking it. Guess I could always ask an Albertsons employee, too. LOL

I'm REALLY looking forward to trying it - sounds like something I would love.
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Old 04-24-2016, 01:58 AM   #24
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Wow, lots of great suggestions! I think I'm going to gain some weight just trying this stuff on so many things. In spite of that, thank you so very much! Just keep them coming.

GG, avocados sound good, since they go well with lime. As soon as I find good pineapples in the store I will try it on that. I've been jonesing for pineapple for months but all I see are so green they'll rot. Poor things just don't ripen after picking.

Kayelle, those shrimp look absolutely delicious. I have shrimp in the freezer, so I'll have to try this soon. And you must have missed my first post mentioning watermelon. Thanks to your previous comments in other threads, it's the first thing I thought of for the Tajin. Florida corn is on sale at the grocery store this week. I'll pinch a couple of kernels to see if the juice runs clear or milky. Clear, and a couple are coming home with me.

PPP, I've had a few bloody Mary's, and not against having another. I'll try this next time we're in the mixed drink mood.

Eggs. Carambola. Cauliflower. I'm starting to think that the only thing it might not work on is chocolate. Or would it... Off to experiment!
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Old 04-24-2016, 02:01 AM   #25
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...Some of the locals regard Massachusetts as a foreign country.
Himself and I feel the same way, and we live in MA! Sixteen years, and we still wonder about many things. We're also waiting for the day we need to show our non-existent passports just to cross the state line from CT. We live in a border town and the best way to get from one side of town through the other is via CT. Still shaking our head over that one.
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Old 08-03-2016, 04:32 AM   #26
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I love this stuff and have used it for years. Marinades, on fruit (mangoes), salad dressings.lots of possibilities.
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Old 08-03-2016, 11:23 AM   #27
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I'm going to have to try to find this again. Unsuccessful the first time, and then forgot about it. Looks like it's available in at least some Walmarts. I avoid that store, but might have to go in again.

What Is Tajin Seasoning? - PepperScale

What is Tajin Seasoning and Why You Should be Using It
The Walmart close to me has it in the produce section on a separate small display of Mexican seasonings and condiments.
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Tajin! - Need more ideas for use! After reading so much from so many of you about how terrific this seasoning is, I finally found it! :w00t2: Purely by luck, too, since I wasn't actually looking for it this time, but rather hunting down Himself when we were at Aldi's a couple days ago and he was standing right in front of it. Serendipity! Tasty little bugger! :yum: Now I want to hear ALL of you suggestions on how to use it and what to put it on. My first thought was "watermelon"! Or "apple slices"! Or - or - or... I bet there are so many ways to use it I'll never think of them all. That's why I'm asking for your suggestions please. Fire away! And thanks. :wink: 3 stars 1 reviews
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