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yaeli
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These don't exist in our organic markets, and I would like to find a source and recommend it to an organic importer.

Does anyone know a source for these foods?

The google results were only of Jerusalem artichoke flour/pasta.

Thanks for your help.



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Pasta is difficult to find, without wheat also being in product.

If you should find it, rumor has it that it tastes so bad that you regret having found it.


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Difficult to find, without wheat also being in product.

If you should find it, rumor has it that it tastes so bad that you regret having found it.
Thanks a bunch!  

I'll forget about it then.

It's one of the very few diamond carbs in my swami, so I was wondering about it. I'll make do with the superfoods (basmati rice & rice cakes) and neutrals (rice and spelt pastas).



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http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?v-print/m-1310135038/

This says artichoke powder
http://www.artichoke-powder.com/

There is a link at the bottom of this page telling you where to buy it

I have never seen 100% artichoke pasta anywhere.  Been searching ever since ER4YT was published.

Some artichoke powders are from Jerusalem artichokes.  Not sure if this is the same as a globe artichoke
as the one above.  Jerusalem artichoke powder is white.  Globe artichoke powder is green.


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Some artichoke powders are from Jerusalem artichokes.  Not sure if this is the same as a globe artichoke as the one above.  Jerusalem artichoke powder is white.  Globe artichoke powder is green.
There's no connection whatsoever... Funny about the identical name... In our town Jerusalem artichoke was also called Jerusalem potatoes. It's not potatoes either - just that the eaten part are the tubers...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerusalem_artichoke (roll down)




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This says artichoke powder
http://www.artichoke-powder.com/

There is a link at the bottom of this page telling you where to buy it

Chloe thanks for the link.

Open the link in the bottom, and guess what, it's Jerusalem artichoke again... i.e., roly-poly    
http://www.gourmetstore.com/node/881





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Chloe thanks for the link.

Open the link in the bottom, and guess what, it's Jerusalem artichoke again... i.e., roly-poly    
http://www.gourmetstore.com/node/881





Oh darn....I see what you mean....Jerusalem artichoke tubers.  I figured because they said it
was green that it was really from globe artichokes. Thanks for sharing the difference... Back to searching....bummer!

This is being called artichoke leaf powder.
http://www.starwest-botanicals.com/product/organic-artichoke-leaf-cut.html

BTW, as per typebase, this is the botanical name we should be searching for
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Oh darn....I see what you mean....Jerusalem artichoke tubers.  I figured because they said it
was green that it was really from globe artichokes. Thanks for sharing the difference... Back to searching....bummer!

This is being called artichoke leaf powder.
http://www.starwest-botanicals.com/product/organic-artichoke-leaf-cut.html

BTW, as per typebase, this is the botanical name we should be searching for
CYNARA SCALYMUS


What is the difference?  And also.. is artichoke leaf power the same as artichoke flour?  

confusion reins!  
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