Cheaper Place To Get Lorann Emulsions And Extracts

Decorating By silverdragon997 Updated 26 Oct 2010 , 6:18pm by GenGen

silverdragon997 Posted 26 Oct 2010 , 5:05am
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Just wanted to share that I recently discovered a few varieties of Lorann emulsions and extracts at Ross Dress for Less in the "gourmet food" section. I've gotten almond, orange and coconut emulsions, vanilla bean paste, and Madagascar bourbon and Tahitian vanilla extract there.

I also find various sprinkles and such there and at Marshall's/TJMaxx in their "gourmet food" sections as well.

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Apti Posted 26 Oct 2010 , 5:26am
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Cool! I love posts like this one!

Another good place to get almond extract is at Big Lots. If your store carries them, it is a brand called "Back Bay" and they are $1 or $1.20 for 7 ounces. I also got lemon extract there for the same price.

silverdragon997 Posted 26 Oct 2010 , 6:28am
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Good to know! There's a Big Lots within walking distance of me. I don't venture there very often due to the sheer number of people ALWAYS there. I'll have to try and find a time when it's less busy so I can see what they have. I've gotten some stuff I use for decorating in their little craft section a few times, shaped hole punches and such...

GenGen Posted 26 Oct 2010 , 7:23am
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Originally Posted by silverdragon997

Just wanted to share that I recently discovered a few varieties of Lorann emulsions and extracts at Ross Dress for Less in the "gourmet food" section. I've gotten almond, orange and coconut emulsions, vanilla bean paste, and Madagascar bourbon and Tahitian vanilla extract there.

I also find various sprinkles and such there and at Marshall's/TJMaxx in their "gourmet food" sections as well.




really? there's a ross bout an hour away from me. i dont recall a gourmet food section there. just clothing and home stuff. next time i go i'll take a looksie

silverdragon997 Posted 26 Oct 2010 , 3:29pm
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Their gourmet food section is really more like half an aisle. It's near the pots and pans and kitchen gadgets. You might also check out the gadgets. I've gotten measuring cups and spoons, an apple corer that I use to core cupcakes for filling, small ice cream scoops for filling cupcake papers, etc. I've even gotten a couple of baking pans there.

The only thing is, the food section is usually not very well organized. It's sort of just haphazardly thrown on the shelf in mostly no particular order.

GenGen Posted 26 Oct 2010 , 6:18pm
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yup must be a nation wide thing lol

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