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WOW.   Interesting. 

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post #62 of 64

Does garum ring a bell with anybody?

 

Probably the Roman fermented fish sauce forefather to worchestershire.

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Does garum ring a bell with anybody?

 

Probably the Roman fermented fish sauce forefather to worchestershire.

It's great and I'd like to know where to get it.  Roast some rough chopped brussels sprouts and cauliflower and saute them in olive oil with garum, rosemary and a bit of garlic. 

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Does garum ring a bell with anybody?

 

 

No, but it does ring a bell pepper.

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