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Old 12-19-2008, 10:55 AM   #21
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Hey that's pretty cool. I was thinking about this myself, but I was thinking to dry them out before pushing them through a FP.
Thats what I was thinking but maybe using a cheese grater I guess that would really be the same thing your way being easier.
Making my own would be cheaper since I can only get the tiny packages
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Old 12-19-2008, 11:03 AM   #22
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Had I known I would have shipped........oops!


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two brands I know have them in cellophane bags and one I know of in a box.
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Had I known I would have shipped........oops!


No worries I am very happy
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two brands I know have them in cellophane bags and one I know of in a box.
Is it the little green box?
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Old 12-19-2008, 11:36 AM   #26
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Is it the little green box?
Don't ask how I ended up with 3 different ones Okay I'll tell you, every time I went shopping I couldn't remember if I had any panko. These 3 were bought in 3 different grocery stores.
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Old 12-19-2008, 11:37 AM   #27
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Your flour, corn flour mix is nothing at all like panko though. Also, panko is not really pre packaged fry breading the way I think you are thinking. They are just breadcrumbs with nothing added. They are not salty at all.
they are also milk free, at least the ones I have seen.. which can be important..
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Old 12-19-2008, 11:39 AM   #28
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I have the bag on the left at home...
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I think because we really don't have a lot of asians here it's harder to get decent asian products I would have to go to Colorado Springs, Denver or Albuquerque for that.
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Progresso now markets a Panko breadcrumb product, both plain and Italian flavored. I haven't seen it in my local markets, but they sent out "preview packages" a year or so ago. I enjoyed using it, and suggest you might ask about it, because if your store carries Progresso products, I'm guessing they may be able to order them.

I usually buy my Panko at a specialty store in Manhattan.

Hey! I just checked out the store's web site, and you can order the Panko Breadcrumbs here: Kalustyans.
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