People encouraged to make fermented and dried fish this week

The Fisheries Administration of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries has encouraged interested Cambodians to start making Cambodia’s traditional fermented fish (locally called Prahok) and dried fish this week. ... ...

Khmer Times Staff

Prahoc to go international

A small community in Siem Reap province’s Chong Kneas commune is adamant about getting global recognition for their unique fermented fish paste, or prahoc, after the government endorsed a national standard for the most distinctive ingredient in Khmer cooking. ... ...

Chea Vannak

Prahok makers seek GI status

Geographical indication status is being sought for Siem Reap prahok fish paste after the Industry Ministry granted approval for a national standard. Siem Reap prahok fish paste, made from fermented fish, is among many products in Cambodia that the government is working to get GI status. ...

Chea Vannak

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