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Q: Does any one know a place to buy cake stuff spacially for cupcakes. Or any website where to order?

8 years 39 weeks ago in  General  - Shenzhen

 
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Paris Baguette or the Markets...

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Walmart sells cupcakes

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www.nogogo.com.cn is a great website for all kinds of foreign foods and ingredients here in SZ...they deliver...check it out.

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Crap, they have sour cream and all sorts of stuff, prices always seem so high to me here tho, now I have to go to SZ to buy groceries. How many battery packs do you think I'd need for my scooter?

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At a decent sized grocery store, you can probably find small boxes of cake mix. All you do is add an egg and bake it in the microwave for about a minute. I don't think that's what you're looking for, but if you don't need a lot, it's a decent substitute.

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