It’s also worth visiting your local “wet market” which might have many of the items you’d want, especially fruit and vegetables which can be of much better quality and at lower prices than what you’d get in the supermarkets. Local stores can also stock various hard to find items and I recently found that a very local little vegetable and what not shop near where I live stock beetroot when it’s in season. The flower markets might also be good for fresh herbs, although you’d have to have space to put the plants where you live.
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