Vegetarian fish sauce

Discover mouthwatering vegetarian fish sauce recipes to add a burst of flavor to your favorite dishes. Try these plant-based alternatives that are sure to satisfy your taste buds.
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Fish sauce is a condiment made from fermented, salt-coated fish that's used most popularly as a seasoning, salt alternative, and base for dipping sauces. This fish sauce substitution gets its savoriness from shiitake mushrooms and salt, making it a great fish sauce alternative for vegans, vegetarians, and those with seafood allergies.

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Robin Mail
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A Replacement for Fish Sauce is a meticulously crafted culinary substitute designed to capture the essence of traditional fish sauce while accommodating dietary preferences. This versatile alternative, free from fish-based ingredients, offers a savory and umami-rich flavor profile, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a vegetarian or vegan option without compromising on taste in their favorite recipes.

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Anne Seebaldt
A simple recipe for Vegan Fish Sauce - a great substitute for fish sauce that adds depth and umami flavor to Asian dishes. Gluten-free adaptable. | www.feastingathome.com

A simple recipe for Vegan Fish Sauce - a great substitute for fish sauce that adds depth and umami flavor to Asian dishes. Gluten-free adaptable. | www.feastingathome.com

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Feasting at Home
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Adjust the flavors to your liking. Everyone has their own version and this is my favorite ratio that isn’t too watered down like many restaurant versions. I like the balance of bold flavors in the fish sauce, garlic, chiles and most importantly, acid from the fresh lime juice. I don’t make mine too sweet either, but it’s still delicious if you like yours sweeter. Have fun to fine tune your favorite ratios!

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Christi Jones