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(Phys Org2)   Compounds in fermented fish paste could reduce high cholesterol. And we all know what fermented crab can do   ( phys.org) divider line
    More: Interesting, Protein, Lactobacillus, HMG-CoA reductase, Amino acid, Statin, enzyme HMG-CoA reductase, fermented fish paste, HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors  
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2017-09-12 08:54:53 AM  
Fermented crabs?

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2017-09-12 08:57:22 AM  
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2017-09-12 10:52:34 AM  
The last time I tried fermented crab, I ended up with a splitting head ache.
 
2017-09-12 11:37:01 AM  

CipollinaFan: The last time I tried fermented crab, I ended up with a splitting head ache.


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2017-09-12 12:05:38 PM  
So... Time to break out the Surströmming?
 
2017-09-12 12:56:48 PM  
Whore door
 
2017-09-12 01:00:31 PM  
Fermented fish paste - Asia's return volley against Marmite?
This spread will get out of hand...
 
2017-09-12 01:03:10 PM  
The Romans had garum. The original ketchup from Southeast Asia was similar to Worcestershire Sauce.
 
2017-09-12 01:19:04 PM  

LawPD: So... Time to break out the Surströmming?


As long as she's the One doing it.
Cady eats surströmming!
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2017-09-12 01:42:21 PM  
Last time I had fermented crab I broke through my chain mail
 
2017-09-12 01:43:02 PM  
Before you run out to get your fish paste, remember not everything that reduces cholesterol levels actually leads to a reduction in CVD and the related health problems.
 
2017-09-12 01:45:02 PM  
But your blood pressure goes way up on account of the salt.
 
2017-09-12 02:03:26 PM  

eagles95: Last time I had fermented crab I broke through my chain mail


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2017-09-12 02:06:47 PM  
FFP is called Prahok in Khmer. One day, our driver must have eaten a basket full, as he reeked so badly my wife had to fire him. And she loves Prahok.
 
2017-09-12 02:32:23 PM  
Lovastatin has been around for decades, it's found in some other foods as well.
 
2017-09-12 04:47:44 PM  

Sin'sHero: But your blood pressure goes way up on account of the salt.


Get with the evidence based medicine, salt induced high blood pressure is rare. Most high blood pressure is causes by persistent high insulin causing water retention.
 
2017-09-12 07:06:23 PM  

wildcardjack: Sin'sHero: But your blood pressure goes way up on account of the salt.

Get with the evidence based medicine, salt induced high blood pressure is rare. Most high blood pressure is causes by persistent high insulin causing water retention.


Shakes tiny salt shaker at you and your modern science!
 
2017-09-12 08:06:21 PM  
I gotta give a shout out to Ming Tsai.  15-20 years ago he gave an Osso Busco recipe that called for fermented black beans and bananas.  It was wonderful.  I'd made it a couple times, then had to drive to OK cuz dad had driven out to see his mom and was in the hospital for 2 weeks.   I volunteered to cook for a group, went to the grocery store, and not only did the fermented beans cost a lot, the lamb shanks were twice what I was used to paying.

Dinner was a hit.  Not just with my west coast pals, but my sister's midwestern pals.

Soon after Ming left FoodTV and FoodTV deleted all his recipes.  I could remember the Osso Busco, but he had a couple other things I loved that I hadn't saved.  East Meets West was probably the first show I cooked from, with the exception of maybe Good Eats.

Back then lamb shanks were like $1.50/lb.  Now they're closer to $6.00/lb, too many people figured out how tasty they are.
 
2017-09-13 08:43:59 AM  

Snotnose: I gotta give a shout out to Ming Tsai.  15-20 years ago he gave an Osso Busco recipe that called for fermented black beans and bananas.  It was wonderful.  I'd made it a couple times, then had to drive to OK cuz dad had driven out to see his mom and was in the hospital for 2 weeks.   I volunteered to cook for a group, went to the grocery store, and not only did the fermented beans cost a lot, the lamb shanks were twice what I was used to paying.

Dinner was a hit.  Not just with my west coast pals, but my sister's midwestern pals.

Soon after Ming left FoodTV and FoodTV deleted all his recipes.  I could remember the Osso Busco, but he had a couple other things I loved that I hadn't saved.  East Meets West was probably the first show I cooked from, with the exception of maybe Good Eats.

Back then lamb shanks were like $1.50/lb.  Now they're closer to $6.00/lb, too many people figured out how tasty they are.


That sounds like an interesting recipe. How did the store happen to have fermented black beans? Were they Japanese kuronatto or something else?
 
2017-09-13 12:29:45 PM  

Likwit: That sounds like an interesting recipe. How did the store happen to have fermented black beans? Were they Japanese kuronatto or something else?


It's a staple in Asian cooking, you'll find several varieties in the Asian section of your local megamart.
 
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