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Postby twocs » 28 Dec 2005, 23:42

Jason's at Taipei 101 has high priced sour cream in small containers.
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Postby Dragonbones » 29 Dec 2005, 00:20

Put a picture of Taiwan's vice president next to a pint of UHT cream. In a mere 4.7 minutes, it will be sour cream. :)
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Postby BabaYaga » 29 Dec 2005, 07:24

You can find sour cream at the Orange Mart in B1 FE21, and the one close to Science Park, just of Guangfu Road.
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Where can I find sour cream?

Postby Napoleonite » 21 Feb 2006, 13:02

Where I can get sour cream in Taipei? And hopefully not have to venture into Tianmu? :wink:
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Postby AWOL » 21 Feb 2006, 14:23

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Postby irishstu » 21 Feb 2006, 14:24

You can get sour cream in Wellcome? I haven't seen it.
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Postby sandman » 21 Feb 2006, 14:29

I wouldn't rely on Wellcome -- they only sometimes have any. The other's posted by AWOL are kosher. What he means by Far Eastern is a place in the basement of that mall called City Super.
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Re: Help!! Shopping tip needed!!

Postby Dragonbones » 21 Feb 2006, 14:44

Napoleonite wrote:Where I can get sour cream in Taipei? And hopefully not have to venture into Tianmu? :wink:


Please run a Search before posting, as the question may have already been answered (numerous times in this case).

Costco's sour cream tubs are about NT$300+ and are HUGE. You'd better plan on adding the stuff to everything you make for the next month if you buy it there. :wink:

EDIT: Just checked today -- they're NT$289 for 3 lbs.
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Re: Help!! Shopping tip needed!!

Postby irishstu » 21 Feb 2006, 14:45

Dragonbones wrote:
Napoleonite wrote:Where I can get sour cream in Taipei? And hopefully not have to venture into Tianmu? :wink:


First, this has come up again and again. You should search before posting. Second, your subject line sucks. "Where can I find sour cream in Taipei (not Tianmu)?" is a billion times better. :p

Costco's sour cream tubs are about NT$300+ and are HUGE. You'd better plan on adding the stuff to everything you make for the next month if you buy it there. :wink:


How long would it keep for, DB?
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Postby Dragonbones » 21 Feb 2006, 15:34

We bought that giant tub about 2 weeks ago and it expires in mid-March, so I really have to try to use it or it will go bad. I recommend going with a friend and splitting it. Does anyone know if sour cream freezes well? Anyway, I could be off on the price; it might have been more, like $450, which is what two others posted. And someone said it lasts 3 months, but of course you want to check the expiry date.

Here are the locations I culled from other posts:

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