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Old 06-22-2012, 08:18 AM   #11
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Thanks, PF, just what I needed, another on-line shopping link!
Or you could visit me and get some in Montreal.
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I knew it was still available, bakeries use it all the time.
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Is that salt of hartshorn? Hjortetakkesalt in Danish? I know a place in Montreal that sells it.

The light, crispness of cookies made with it is delightful, but subtle.
I was shopping at a nearby (2.3 km from my home) Greek grocery store (Mourelatos). Quite by accident, I spotted "Ammonium Carbonate" with the spices. w00t! I had read it was used in some Greek cookie recipes.

My other source, which I hadn't gone to yet, is in Montreal and about 24 km away with no parking lot. (Anatol, 6822 Boulevard St-Laurent, Montreal, QC).
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