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Mam nem: what is it? How is it used? I picked some up at my favorite Chinatown grocery recently, because (Why else?) it looks interesting.

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I googled mam nem and apparently it's a Vietnamese fermented anchovy dip. This link gave some good information on it: http://bit.ly/ef3ZeB Have fun experimenting with it!