03 Nov 2009

It is made from shrimp, sardines and other small salted fish that have been allowed to ferment in the sun until very pungent and odorous.

Use: Very popular flavoring in the cuisines of Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia, Burma and Indonesia. Also used in very small amounts as seasoning in Thai soups and curries.



Acidulated water

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