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Yes! In fact, I try to use anything other than plain white rice when I make fried rice! Any leftover rice is better than fresh, since it fries better after drying out in your refrigerator. (I like to use equal parts white and brown rice, or cook the rice in beer instead of water, to get more depth of flavor in the resulting fried rice.) You can also chop up ...
Maybe it would help to use a few drops of liquid smoke as well.
It was called garum, and indeed the ancient Romans used it, as did the ancient Greeks. Garum was prepared from the intestines of small fishes through the process of bacterial fermentation. Fishermen would lay out their catch according to the type and part of the fish, allowing makers to pick the exact ingredients they wanted. The fish parts were then ...
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