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HELP: Bouakham Nam Sausage

capriana94555 Oct 15, 2010 11:27 AM

bought this sausage @ the local asian supermarket.
Am I supposed to cook before I eat?

photo :http://www.manfon.com/prodsnam.html

  1. theparegorickid Oct 22, 2010 01:07 AM

    I usually eat it raw with raw sliced garlic and thai bird chilis
    prefer the smaller sized sausages texturally
    never got sick off eating it raw

    1. s
      soupçon Oct 15, 2010 03:23 PM

      My go-to expert for cuisine of that subregion has this to say about nam via Twitter:

      "Nam is made to be eaten raw. But it can be cooked w/o loss of the definitive sourness Texture changes, tho."

      About her personal preferences:

      "I like Nam in omelet and fried rice. Don't care too much for raw Nam, tho that's the state in which it's at its best."

      You can reach her to find out more through her blog http://www.shesimmers.com/

      If you are on twitter, she is @SheSimmers.

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