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    So has anyone found a brick and morter that sells flavorings like LorrAnn's or Cappella's? I live in Fort Lauderdale and have pretty much any major store within 5 miles from me. First thought was a baking supply store but all I'm fining is wholesale companies. Anyone have luck at a WallMart type of store? Maybe Whole Foods (they carry lots of gourmet stuff).

    Would really like to vape on a different flavor since all I have right now is Camel and RY4 and both seem to taste kind of nasty to me.
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    Hobby Lobby has a few, I get mine at a bakery supply store.

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    I have heard that Walmart, Michael's Crafts, and Jo-Ann Fabric stores all carry Loranns, not in my area of course, but have heard others buying flavors from these stores.

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    they have the flvorings in the crafts eisle at walmart.

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    if you lived in san diego, do it with icing has it on clairemont mesa blvd.

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    My local Hobby Lobbys only have a very limited selection of LorAnn's. I have yet to find Capellas anywhere. Where I did find a goldmine of various LorAnn's flavorings was at a local baking supply store. I was directed to that store from a different local cooking/baking supply store.

    My advice would be to look up baking and cooking supply stores, call them and ask if they have LorAnn's. As for Capellas, I'm seriously at a loss on how to find them locally in my area.

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    I found VG at Michaels Craft stores.
    Found Loranns at Angels Cake Decorating & Candy Supplies store
    On Bellflower Blvd. in Bellflower , Ca.

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    You can go to Wal-Mart in the craft section and find LorAnn and PG.

    However, the Wilton's PG that I've found at Wal-Mart and Hobby Lobby (in the craft/cake decorating isles of each store) have been butter flavor. I'm not sure if Wilton's makes one without the butter flavor. It's not bad, but it is STRONG to the taste. I dripped it and the taste stayed on my atomizer for days.

    Just a heads up.

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    I have searched high and low and finally gave in and ordered online. Michaels-NO, Wallyworld-NO, Bakeries-NO, Hobby Lobby-NO. Not to say I didn't buy something whilst at those places-Daggumit.

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    Try looking in your local yellow pages for 'candy making' - you may find places that sell the flavors. There's a local place near me that carries almost all of the Lorann's 'candy oils' that we can use to make our own juice.

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