3 Crabs Brand Fish Sauce - 24 oz
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Fish sauce (Nuoc Mam) is as vital to Thai and Vietnamese cuisine as soy sauce is to Chinese cuisine. It smells terrible, but don't worry - it's flavor is not offensive and makes Southeast Asian dishes taste wonderful. In fact, its salty, fermented flavor can be much more subtle than expected. Once you try it, you'll be hooked!

Three Crabs brand fish sauce has achieved a kind of cult status in the American market. Three Crabs brand is labeled "nuoc mam nhi" - the word "nhi" indicated the highest quality.

Ingredients: anchovy extract, water, salt, fructose & hydrolyzed wheat protein.

 

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