Best Online Asian Markets?

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Best Online Asian Markets?

wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
I don't have any Asian markets near enough to where I live, so I'm looking to buy a few things online like hondashi, miso, and a few other things.

Does anyone have any favorite online Asian markets to order from?
01/29/2012
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Quote:
Originally posted by wrecklesswords
I don't have any Asian markets near enough to where I live, so I'm looking to buy a few things online like hondashi, miso, and a few other things.

Does anyone have any favorite online Asian markets to order from?
Oh, I'm definitely looking forward to hearing others' responses! I love ordering stuff online. Buuuut...I live in Philadelphia. I haven't even tried to find a good Asian market yet...I'll have to look around!
01/29/2012
True Pleasures True Pleasures
If you can't find an actual Asian market, you might try searching for International markets. They won't have as much, but there should still be at least one aisle devoted to Asian food. Otherwise, you can actually pick up a decent amount from Amazon.
01/29/2012
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
Quote:
Originally posted by True Pleasures
If you can't find an actual Asian market, you might try searching for International markets. They won't have as much, but there should still be at least one aisle devoted to Asian food. Otherwise, you can actually pick up a decent amount from Amazon.
Oh I didn't think about amazon! They might be cheaper. I did find an online one that I do seem to really like.

I was disappointed that Target didn't have a decent selection of Asian ingredients. I would have thought they would considering the vast selection they have in almost every kind of chip and cracker and tea.

I might check Wal Mart next. Other than that... there's really not any other markets/grocers around here. I'll do another search for an International market next, thanks!

ETA:

I also didn't think about HEB. I live in Texas and there's one right down the road! They might have something, though it might be a tad on the expensive side, but it's definitely worth a try!
01/29/2012
PassionateLover2 PassionateLover2
Quote:
Originally posted by wrecklesswords
I don't have any Asian markets near enough to where I live, so I'm looking to buy a few things online like hondashi, miso, and a few other things.

Does anyone have any favorite online Asian markets to order from?
Since I live here in Seattle area, there is 'Uwajimaya' an Asian specialty supermarket providing the widest variety of Asian groceries and gifts and freshest meat, seafood and produce since 1928. You can click on this link, link and see more information. You can get on their mailing list and see what else is available.
I buy all my fresh fish to prepare my own Sushi, which I have been doing for 10 years. Such items as miso paste my need a cold-pack for shipping, so check it out! Hope this helps. Good luck!
01/29/2012
married with children married with children
Quote:
Originally posted by PassionateLover2
Since I live here in Seattle area, there is 'Uwajimaya' an Asian specialty supermarket providing the widest variety of Asian groceries and gifts and freshest meat, seafood and produce since 1928. You can click on this link, link and see more ...
we have a uwajimaya here also, but I dont know if they have a website.
01/31/2012
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
Quote:
Originally posted by PassionateLover2
Since I live here in Seattle area, there is 'Uwajimaya' an Asian specialty supermarket providing the widest variety of Asian groceries and gifts and freshest meat, seafood and produce since 1928. You can click on this link, link and see more ...
I didn't find anywhere that I could order online, though and I live in far SE Houston, TX
02/01/2012
hillys hillys
We don't have an asian market but an international with everything. But If you type it online to google your likely to find some pretty good results.
03/21/2012
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