A question about a recipe: World's Easiest Falafel and Tzatziki

I have a question about the ingredient "dried chickpeas, rinsed well and soaked overnight" on the recipe "World's Easiest Falafel and Tzatziki" from marisab67.

I checked two different grocery stores in my area (Giant and Fresh & Green's) and neither sell dried chickpeas. Is there a specific chain of grocery store I should try?

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susan G. December 12, 2011
You may find them in the supermarket, in the 'ethnic' section. I would look first in you closest independent health food store -- support small local business!
 
susan G. December 12, 2011
YOUR closest, of course!
 
ChefJune December 12, 2011
If you are anywhere near a Hispanic area, they'll be in the section with all the other dried beans. The supermarket near my house has a whole wall of Goya products. They are sometimes also called Chi-Chi Peas.
 
Panfusine December 12, 2011
Check any Indian Grocery stores in your area, they'll carry it (look for 'Kabuli Channa)
 
hardlikearmour December 12, 2011
They are fairly common in the "bulk bins" sections of groceries. Sometimes labeled garbanzo beans, too.
 
sdebrango December 12, 2011
I looked at your profile and noticed you are in Baltimore, try whole foods they have just about anything you would want. There are 2 in Baltimore here is the info:
Whole Foods Market • Harbor East
1001 Fleet St., Suite A
Baltimore, MD 21202
410.528.1640
410.528.1662 fax
Monday - Saturday: 8:00am to 10:00pm Sunday 8:00am to 9:00pm Cafe and hot bar open at 7:00am.
store web page | map & directions
Baltimore
Whole Foods Market • Mount Washington
1330 Smith Ave,
Baltimore, MD 21209
410.532.6700
410.532.7002 fax
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Seven days a week
store web page | map & directions
 
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