Fish sauce is part of the Vietnamese culture tax. If you've been traveling in Vietnam, you've probably learned to say Nuoc Mom. Nuoc mam is a salted and fermented fish sauce, prepared from fresh anchovies, salt and water.
Fish sauce is served as an accessory to most Vietnamese dishes.
The fish sauce from the bounty island Phu Quoc in Vietnam is very famous and has the perfect climate to ferment fish sauce in large wood barrels through 12 months. This fermentation time gives the fish sauce the basic "umami" and can do wonders in all kinds of fish dishes.
Fish sauce is a basic ingredient in Southeast Asia and is used as a flavor enhancer instead of salt and gives an intense and full flavor. Use the fish sauce in all kinds of fish dishes, soups, marinades and wok.
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