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Dried tamarind rinds- anyone know of this product??
OK, so I am online getting help with my computer, and I ask, so where are you located? (I know, I realized after asking the reps have sometimes been advised not to disclose/discuss) The Phillipines. Oh! I said, I met this family in Spain and they gave me this little package of dried tamarind rinds used to relieve thirst, and I have been looking for them ever since- do you know what they are called? He said "sapolo". (I still have the packet but my local Asaian stores haven't been able to help me
Does anyone know this product? Did I get the name right? Anyone know if you can get it in the States? Thanks for any clues!

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