Phu Quoc fish sauce making seeks UNESCO recognition as world intangible cultural heritage

Phu Quoc fish sauce making seeks UNESCO recognition as world intangible cultural heritage

After being recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, fish sauce making, a traditional practice on the Phu Quoc Island of Vietnam, aims to be recognized by UNESCO as a world intangible cultural heritage.
Recipe: Vietnamese Vegetable Dipping Sauce with Caramelized Fish Sauce

Recipe: Vietnamese Vegetable Dipping Sauce with Caramelized Fish Sauce

Kho quet (Vietnamese caramelized fish sauce dip), a very unique dipping sauce – representing Southern Vietnamese cuisine and flavour, inexpensive, savory, is made by caramelizing fish sauce and sugar in a small clay pot with a small amount of pork, dried shrimp, pork fat, black pepper, ...
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