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#1 of 2 Old 05-16-2006, 12:18 PM - Thread Starter
 
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We don't make many sauces around here since I had never made my sauces before -- before we would just buy sauces premade or in powder form but now we just mainly use sea salt, real fermented soy sauce, and oils. We would make gravies from homemade stock every now and then, but what else is there to make?

Does anyone have any good sauce recipes to share? Especially a homemade teriyaki or curry sauce -- I really miss those.
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There's a recipe for teriyaki in NT. Are you wanting something like BBQ sauce or dressings or marinades? Look in my sig line for over 250 NT-style recipes.

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