Vietnamese fish sauce adds worlds of flavor to dishes

03/21/2007 | Seattle Times, The

Fish sauce from Vietnam's Phu Quoc island is highly regarded in culinary circles for its sour, salty and curiously fishy flavors. The sauce is produced using hand-made wooden vats that ferment fresh anchovies and sea salt for one year before harvesting.

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