Give Fish Sauce a Try

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Don't be scared off by a recipe that calls for fish sauce. It smells pungent, but you won't detect any fishiness in your dish — just a rich, salty, almost meaty flavor. Fish sauce can be used in more than just Asian dishes: Add a splash to tomato sauce or whisk some into salad dressing. Just remember that a little goes a long way.

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