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How to make a vegan "Fish sauce" without soy?

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This is more of a food tech question than a recipe question.

In South East Asia (Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and perhaps also Malaysia) and maybe also in some other east Asian regions, a "basic" ingredient for non vegetarians for many salads, stews and sauces is what's named a "fish sauce".

What could be a vegan substitute in taste but also without soy?

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It really depends what you're using the fish sauce for. Are you just looking for something to add a richer flavor to sauces? Often you can use bouillon or curry sauces as an alternative, but it won't be exactly the same. You can also substitute non-soy legumes when making black bean sauce or miso, but again, not exactly the same flavor. Sigma‭ 3 days ago

I would like to make one suitable for Thai Som Tum. JohnDoea‭ 3 days ago

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