Red Boat Fish Sauce, 8.45 Fluid Ounce

Red Boat Fish Sauce, 8.45 Fluid Ounce

Red boat is 100 percent pure, first press, "extra virgin" vietnamese fish sauce. Made from only two ingredients, the freshest black anchovy and sea salt, it is free from added water, msg, and preservatives. Red boat premium fish sauce is a secret ingredient used by professional chefs and home cooks around the world. A national treasure of vietnam, red boat is made using traditional chemical-free fermentation methods, a unique two hundred year-old artisanal process using only the freshest cá cơm (black anchovy), salted minutes after leaving the sea then aged for over a year in traditional wooden barrels. Red boat anchovies are sourced exclusively from the crystal clear waters off the phu quoc island archipelago. Red boat is pure, 100 percent all natural first press “extra virgin” vietnamese fish sauce. Made from only two ingredients it is free from added water, msg, and preservatives. The quality of fish sauce is determined by protein levels. No other fish sauce has a natural protein content higher than red boat 40 Degreen. Packed with b vitamins and minerals, the extra-rich protein content gives red boat a unique character and savory flavor that is healthy and delicious. Red boat fish sauce gives all of your favorite recipes that elusive fifth flavor-umami. Try it with all ...

  • Brand: Red Boat
  • ASIN: B00K6ZJ1W2
  • UPC: 736211605382

Delfino Cetara Colatura di Alici Anchovy Extract 250 ml

Delfino Cetara Colatura di Alici Anchovy Extract 250 ml

This is how the "Colatura" of anchovies was born: it is said that the monks had the idea of making a condiment with the liquid straining down from the barrels to saison their simple and poor dishes, similar to the old roman fish sauce called "garum". Nowadays, the little village of Cetara, where the colatura is made, is well-known among the greatest chefs all over the world. We tried this tasty condiment with a simple farro and anchovy soup.

  • Brand: Delfino Battista
  • ASIN: B008SDVKX2

Golden Boy Fish Sauce, 24 OZ bottle, Pack of 2

Golden Boy Fish Sauce, 24 OZ bottle, Pack of 2

Fish Sauce by Golden Boy, 2 pack

  • Brand: Golden Boy Brand
  • ASIN: B01MTEJ0RP
  • UPC: 791617470729

French's Worcestershire Sauce 1 Gal (2 Pack)

French's Worcestershire Sauce 1 Gal (2 Pack)

Grab a 2 pack of this great reasonably priced worcestershire sauce from French's. A fermented fish sauce called garum was a staple of Greco-Roman cuisine and of the Mediterranean economy of the Roman Empire, as the first-century encyclopaedist Pliny the Elder writes in Historia Naturalis and the fourth/fifth-century Roman culinary text Apicius includes garum in its recipes. The use of similar fermented anchovy sauces in Europe can be traced back to the 17th century.

  • Brand: French's
  • ASIN: B01BPHIF94
  • UPC: 041500053080

Worcestershire Sauce Powder - 4 oz.

Worcestershire Sauce Powder - 4 oz.

An accidental discovery, the first Worcestershire sauce was made in Worcester England, by John Wheeley Lea and William Perrins, a couple of pharmacists with a eye for culinary intrigue. Originally, the sauce was sold as both a flavoring and a digestive agent. The sauce in question was actually a British attempt to recreate a fermented fish sauce called garum, a popular flavoring used in Italy and Greece. The anchovy-based recipe was flavored with tamarind, cloves, malt vinegar, onion, molasses, and other ingredients. However, the resulting sauce was so completely inedible that the remaining barrels were shelved aside. After time, however, the sauce had mellowed and fermented taking on a lovely flavor. And that is Worcestershire sauce. This sauce is just that but it's been dehydrated and into a significantly more potent powder. It can be mixed with water to form a quick sauce, but we also love it in rubs for ribs or sprinkled onto a steak or ham during the last bits of cooking so it can form a Worcestershire glaze.

  • Brand: SpiceJungle
  • ASIN: B00UYE751Y

Cetara Colatura di Alici 100ml

Cetara Colatura di Alici 100ml

Cetara Colatura di Alici Price per100ml. This is how the Colatura of anchovies is born: it is said that the monks had the idea of making a condiment with the liquid straining down from the barrels to seison their simple and poor dishes, similar to the old roman fish sauce called garum. Nowadays, the little village of Cetara, where the colatura is made, is well-known among the greatest chefs all over the world. We tried this tasty condiment with a simple farro and anchovies soup. You can use it for seisoning almost anything: cooked vegetables, pea and bean soups, cereal soups, and pasta of course, but, be careful, cooking water should not be salted at all!

  • Brand: Delfino Battista
  • ASIN: B00IV29N02

National Geographic History Magazine (January/February, 2018) Battle of Waterloo; Discovering Gilgamesh; Ancient Greek Afterlife; Building the Pantheon; The Silk Road; Garum, Rome's Funky Fish Sauce

National Geographic History Magazine (January/February, 2018) Battle of Waterloo; Discovering Gilgamesh; Ancient Greek Afterlife; Building the Pantheon; The Silk Road; Garum, Rome's Funky Fish Sauce

New; see scans and description. Washington, DC: National Geographic Partners, LLC, 2017. The National Geographic History - January - February, 2018 issue (though published in late 2017) of the National Geographic History magazine, that being Volume 3, Number 6. Quarto, illustrated perfect-bound wraps, 96 pp. Brand squeaky new and without flaw; an exceptional example scanned and then placed (with the standard loose-laid ephemera inside) in sealed storage, here on premises, of course. See all scans. As always, an expensively produced, lavishly illustrated production by National Geographic. Topics in this issue: Battle of Waterloo; Discovering Gilgamesh; Ancient Greek Afterlife; Building the Pantheon; The Silk Road; Garum, Rome's Funky Fish Sauce; William Harvey's Bloody Revolution; Egyptian Animal Mummies. More, of course. All the stunning photography and other graphics, wrapped around state-of-the-art-quality historical recounting by experts, that we expect from National Geographic. Expedited shipping available. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box - not a bag. LNG2

  • ASIN: B078K1GNL2
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Ancient Romans had yummy condiments. Here’s a recipe.

Garum Fish Sauce

Make your own garum at home with this simple recipe: http://bit.ly/2GXBMSe Follow Phil Edwards and Vox Almanac on Facebook for more: https://www.facebook.com/philedwardsinc1/ Garum was an ancient Roman fish sauce that was surprisingly common. Though it had many different recipes (and terms), a...

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Garum sauce by Heston Blumenthal

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Heston Blumenthal recreates a traditional Roman fish sauce called Garum. First he has to catch the mackeral using a traditional bait and line method.

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Garum

Garum Fish Sauce

Garum was a fermented fish sauce used as a condiment in the cuisines of ancient Greece, Rome, and Byzantium.Liquamen was a similar preparation, and at times the two were synonymous.Although it enjoyed its greatest popularity in the Roman world, the sauce was earlier used by the Greeks.The Romans ...

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Romans ATE Fermented Fish Guts?!

Garum Fish Sauce

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