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The Lengths You’ll Go To to Purchase Pernod

 Hello, I am trying to find out where I can purchase Pernod, an ingredient called for in a recipe.

 Put on your raincoat. Put on a dark wig. Put on your sunglasses. Sneak out of the house. If you’re clearly a prominent member of the certain religious order, get a cane, a false beard, and take off any large rings (or lose the cane and the beard but still ditch the large rings) – and head for the liquor store.

Because Pernod is an anise- (or licorice-) flavored spirit, that is called for in more than a few recipes these days. It is a rare supermarket that carries it, though.

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