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Q: Where can I buy "Quark" in Shanghai?

Hey guys,

I was wondering where I can buy Quark in China?
It is very common in Germany and I can not find it here at all.

9 years 4 days ago in  Shopping - Shanghai

 
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I don't know where you can buy it, but if you are familliar with eMule, you can download it here: http://www.verycd.com/topics/2852571/

It is version 8.16.2.  I have no idea what the latest version is, but this might do what you need.

I do feel the need to add that downloading pirated software is bad.  Very bad.  Mkay? 

Another way is to find a vendor you are friends with and ask them to get it for you.  They have many more sources than I do.  Smile

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try carrefour or show a translation to a local friend

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I am asking for the Quark that u can eat. I guess u can only buy that in European countries. It is rich in proteins and comparable to a very thick and sugarless yogurt.

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Everything you buy has quarks as long as it is a product, made of matter. Avoid buying absract "services" as this will not contain quarks, but merely ideas and personal effort.

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You mean quark express? That's the tool of the devil!

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