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Old 09-24-2012, 03:33 AM   #31
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It's called Berkeley Bowl, it's an old old store that's about twice the size of your average supermarket, and they cater heavily to the local Asian population. I guess the market was built in an old bowling alley, hence the name. The produce section is completely insane, it takes up easily one third of the store and always has crazy exotic fruits and veggies I've never found anywhere else. Only place I know around here that sells dragonfruit, starfruit, winter melon (dong gua), loofa melon (si gua), quince, etc. etc. I've shopped there for years but I'd never perused the grain selection before with brewing in mind. Go figure, they're STOCKED. Which may actually be bad, in a way, because now I have all these different grains and I'm faaaaaar too excited about them for my own good! When I get too excited, my restraint goes out the window, but I gotta remind myself: be patient, keep it simple, don't go overboard.

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