Markets are still the best place to find it. You will have a better chance of getting your hands on a multitude of products to fill your taloa with.
Strongly anchored in Basque culture, the taloa is considered one of their staple foods. A corn galette which is traditionally cooked in ashes, the taloa was formerly a commonplace food, eaten just as often as bread. The arrival of bread was a hard hit for this customary food, but the taloa hasn’t disappeared. Far from it, as it can still be found in the Basque Country.
In some restaurants and street vendors, as well as at markets, the taloa continues to feed the Basque people and the Basque people continue to eat it in their own style. Why not take a journey around the Basque Country by filling your galette with a txistorra (local sausage), xingar (French bacon) or Bayonne ham and Ossau Iraty cheese? Enjoyed on the go, the taloa makes the ideal snack for festival goers who can eat it and then continue to party!