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Reddit reviews on Red Boat Fish Sauce 40°N (Pack of 2-250 ML)

Sentiment score: 1
Reddit mentions: 3

We found 3 Reddit mentions of Red Boat Fish Sauce 40°N (Pack of 2-250 ML). Here are the top ones.

100% PURE FIRST PRESS EXTRA VIRGIN PHU QUOC FISH SAUCEChef's Grade. Clean, smooth, savory flavorMade using traditional chemical-free fermentation methods250 mL 8.45 FL OZ Pack of 2

Found 3 comments on Red Boat Fish Sauce 40°N (Pack of 2-250 ML):

u/egoviri · 2 pointsr/Paleo

Well played. Get yourself some red boat fish sauce and really kick it up a notch :) I did off the recommendation of Nom Nom Paleo... adds some umami to your food!

u/queentilli · 2 pointsr/Paleo

To replace the soy sauce, I used liquid aminos. I'm not sure if it's strictly paleo, but there is a coconut "soy sauce" alternative out there, too. We don't use that, though. I also used fish sauce for flavoring, and the pork belly took care of any need for extra oil- the fat did a fine job of coating the wok.

Instead of the sriracha, i just chopped up some ghost chiles. You can use any chiles you'd like. Serranos if you want it pretty mild, and so on. I also have harissa infused olive oil. I used a touch of that with some lime juice as seasoning. We're not super strict- we make some concessions with the kids, but if you wanted to be strcitly paleo, leave out the olive oil and the liquid aminos and just use fish sauce as flavoring. Our fish sauce (from an asian market) contains: anchovies and salt.

u/goldragon · 1 pointr/slowcooking

Here's the one I have bookmarked. I cut back on the Hawaiian sea salt and substitute in some Red Boat fish sauce for a real umami bomb.

https://nomnompaleo.com/post/10031990774/slow-cooker-kalua-pig