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added 11 months ago

hi mike! you may not need maka puszysta specifically—†his recipe recommends using a fine 00 flour (like you would for other pastas) if you can't find that dough. but you might have success at a polish grocery store! https://food52.com/blog...

good luck!

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added 11 months ago

That is the problem, finding a Polish Store that ships in USA. I do not ask for luck. I ask for an address or contact number. Where did you purchase Maka puszusta? I'll call them

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Margie is a trusted home cook immersed in German foodways.

added 11 months ago

You might try the Kielbasa Factory--http://www.kielbasafactory...

It is located in Rockville, Maryland. They sell excellent kielbasa and have a lot of Polish products. http://www.kielbasafactory...

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amysarah is a trusted home cook.

added 11 months ago

Here: http://www.babciafoods...

They carry several varieties. Hope that's helpful. (Was going to say good luck, but I guess not.)

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added 11 months ago

There are 2 Polish markets that I occasionally visit that carry a considerable range of products - particularly Piast. You can try calling either of these places to see if they carry them and would ship.