Vegetarian substitutes for nuoc mam / nuoc cham?

Michael Natkin
  • Vegetarian substitutes for nuoc mam / nuoc cham? Michael Natkin

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    What makes the best vegetarian substitute for fish sauce (nuoc mam) in Vietnamese dishes and condiments, especially nuoc cham (the nuoc mam prepared with acid, garlic and chilis)?

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