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Talin Market, Albuquerque

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Gift & Specialty Shop · Hidden Gem · Shopping
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  • Really loved this place. I walked around looking at all the international foods they carried. I found something I had really wanted to try for years. Durian fruit. Although it was frozen. I also found something from my home state. Alligator and pork sausage all the way from Louisiana. If you are looking for something different to cook, check this place out then Google recipe from that region of the world. I bet you will find the ingredients at this store.
  • They have neat products and food from around the world, but.. the times I've gone they're dirty. I noticed some of the produce were producing mold 😨 it were gross, other produce like the turnips were very soft and something smelt not so good near the taro and onions, some bagged produce had gross looking leaves and extra liquid in the bags. Don't know what it was, but I moved on ASAP. The seafood wasn't looking the freshest really, and when I asked if some of the fish were at least fresh they did say yes then told me it's actually frozen. Fresh is not frozen, frozen is frozen, I wanted some fresh fresh fish. I get some stores can't DO that, having fresh fresh fish, but come on, don't tell me frozen fish is still fresh, I don't know how long that's been stuffed in those freezers! Whatever. They still have other things that are good, some things aren't priced, but hey at least the little tea bar has really tasty food! I don't stop by often anymore, but when I have it's not always been the cleanest, even their live tank looks dirty sometimes with dead animals still in the water for who knows how long it's been there! It doesn't take a genius to see and tell when a animal in your thanks have died. The longer a dead body lays in the water, the more it has a chance to start poisoning the water and other living creatures in the tank after a day, maybe shorter! I'd rather not take the risk getting sick. Would I have taken picture evidence to back this up about the shop? Yes, but the policy says no photos or video of the store right on the door. God forbid you break out your phone or just browse with it texting someone, they may follow you.

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