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Thread: Guasca (Galinsoga parviflora) (Gallant Soldier) Where can I purchaseon-line or in L.A.?

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    Steph S. Guest

    Default Guasca (Galinsoga parviflora) (Gallant Soldier) Where can I purchaseon-line or in L.A.?

    Hello,

    I have a Colombian friend who has agreed to make me the soup Ajiaco,
    but only if I can find her the herb Guasca here in Los Angeles. Does
    anyone know where I can obtain it?

    Thanks,

    Steph S.

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    aem Guest

    Default Re: Guasca (Galinsoga parviflora) (Gallant Soldier) Where can Ipurchase on-line or in L.A.?

    On Dec 26, 6:58*am, "Steph S." <stephaniejeanschip...@gmail.com>
    wrote:
    > Hello,
    >
    > I have a Colombian friend who has agreed to make me the soup Ajiaco,
    > but only if I can find her the herb Guasca here in Los Angeles. *Does
    > anyone know where I can obtain it?
    >

    You might try one of the Liborio markets. They have several L.A.
    locations which carry a wide variety of products from Latin America.
    This link will take you to a page that shows their locations and this
    week's specials so you can get an idea of the stores. I don't know if
    guascas is a seasonal product or if it is available dried. -aem
    http://www.liborio.com/html/html/california.html

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    Steph S. Guest

    Default Re: Guasca (Galinsoga parviflora) (Gallant Soldier) Where can Ipurchase on-line or in L.A.?

    On Dec 26 2008, 12:06*pm, aem <aem_ag...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > On Dec 26, 6:58*am, "Steph S." <stephaniejeanschip...@gmail.com>
    > wrote:> Hello,
    >
    > > I have a Colombian friend who has agreed to make me the soup Ajiaco,
    > > but only if I can find her the herb Guasca here in Los Angeles. *Does
    > > anyone know where I can obtain it?

    >
    > You might try one of the Liborio markets. *They have several L.A.
    > locations which carry a wide variety of products from Latin America.
    > This link will take you to a page that shows their locations and this
    > week's specials so you can get an idea of the stores. *I don't know if
    > guascas is a seasonal product or if it is available dried. * -aemhttp://www.liborio.com/html/html/california.html


    Thank you for your recommendation. I will pass this onto my friends
    in LA and post back if they have any luck.

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