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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Does anyone eat Almonds on a regular basis,how much you paying for them in Thailand,per kilo?
    Makro Pattaya does quite an extensive range of Heritage nuts and dried fruit, I usually pick up a pack or two from almonds, pistachio, macadamia, prunes, cranberry, etc; can't remember the cost of each but better value than Tesco and BigC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I eat almonds quite often. I don't buy them by the kilo, though, just in packets of mixed nuts from a supermarket, 7-11, Tesco, etc. I actually prefer other nuts but buy packs of mixed nuts that contain the nuts I prefer (hazlenuts, pecans and Brazil nuts) because they (mixed nuts with almonds) can be bought very easily whereas Brazil nuts and hazlenuts are much harder to find. Pecans fall somewhere in between.
    Tops Central have a decent line of mixed and regular nuts by the fresh foods counter, a bit dearer than elsewhere but that's the Waitrose effect for freshness and quality.

    Haven't noticed if Heritage do Brazils because I get mine from UK or Oz, otherwise in times of drought back to Makro, far corner, double 150gm (?) packs of pistachio (almonds, cashew, peanuts, mixed etc) moves between 210 and 180 which is good for stocking up.

    For coconut milk, UFC (best) 3-pack varies between 199 and 139, so that's another thing to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Tops Central have a decent line of mixed and regular nuts by the fresh foods counter, a bit dearer than elsewhere but that's the Waitrose effect for freshness and quality.
    My local Tops doesn't have that. The best I can get there are the Nut Walker brand mixed nuts (blue packet). The only downside to them is that they only usually contain 6 Brazil nuts per pack. The majority of the nuts are almonds.



    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Haven't noticed if Heritage do Brazils because I get mine from UK or Oz, otherwise in times of drought back to Makro, far corner, double 150gm (?) packs of pistachio (almonds, cashew, peanuts, mixed etc) moves between 210 and 180 which is good for stocking up.
    I got some Brazil nuts, Hazlenuts and Walnuts in Bangkok the last time I was there (Central Chitlom). IIRC, they cost about 100 baht per 100g. Next time I'm in Bangkok, I'll get some more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I got some Brazil nuts, Hazlenuts and Walnuts in Bangkok the last time I was there (Central Chitlom). IIRC, they cost about 100 baht per 100g. Next time I'm in Bangkok, I'll get some more.
    Brazil Nuts 1 kg - Health Food Store Thailand

    910 baht + 100 baht freight , also available in 0.5 Kg pack
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