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Is sauce au nuoc-mâm vegan?

Sauce au nuoc-mâm is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sauce au nuoc-mâm?

Sauce au nuoc-mâm, also known as Vietnamese fish sauce, is a savory and pungent condiment made from fermented fish, salt, and water. This aromatic sauce adds depth of flavor to a wide range of Vietnamese dishes, including pho, banh mi, and summer rolls. The nuoc-mâm sauce has a rich umami taste with a subtle sweetness and a hint of sourness, which makes it a staple ingredient in Vietnamese cuisine. It is often used as a dipping sauce or mixed with other ingredients to create marinades or dressings. Nuoc-mâm is not only a versatile ingredient but also a vital component of the Vietnamese culinary culture, reflecting the country's long history and unique cuisine.

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