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If you are trying out a old Roman recipe from Apicius and it calls for 'garum', substitute the Philippine 'bagoong.' Bagoong is a fish paste that is very close to the Ancient Roman 'garum'.  It is made from shrimp or fish that is salted and fermented for several weeks.


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