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  • come to you with your heart and I have seen way How handy, harder and about 100 hard on my e o e hard me Come with God, How far peace and those things, Why I go Go, go, go.

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  • Here's a closer look at the shrimp sauce way.

  • No, it doesn't look like the most appetizing thing in the world.

  • But here in Hong Kong, it's a classic condiment made with just krill, salt and a bit of time.

  • It's both a culinary delicacy and a dying trade.

  • I'm gonna taste the shrimp sauce straight out of the barrel.

  • Alright, alright, well, that's really strong.

  • E I'm at Tai O, a traditional fishing village located on the outskirts of Hong Kong.

  • It's the last of its kind in Hong Kong, where the houses are perched on stilts and were instead of cars.

  • Locals have votes in the past.

  • The people here depended on the sea.

  • Local did not have ice to preserve fresh seafood, but they did have salt, and they used it as a form of preservation.

  • That's how shrimp sauce was born.

  • So we went there and met these guys, one of the last remaining shrimp sauce producers in Hong Kong Bank Hong Hodja, or they wouldn't just, uh Mm.

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  • Boy looks up.

  • Shrimp sauce is made with just two ingredients.

  • Krill and salt.

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  • You're going All the good guy?

  • Uh huh.

  • Here's how it's made.

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  • Hey, I'm just, uh I'm fine.

  • You're a e a, uh, loathe sauces.

  • Put into these buckets where it stirred, fermented and packaged.

  • But the mixture can also be made into shrimp paste, which is just a more concentrated version.

  • I'm like you heart.

  • You're only young.

  • Learn with mainland cops.

  • Treat you like 17 on the How, uh, wrong one.

  • That mixture is compressed into bricks and sold as shrimp paste.

  • You go there funding ho.

  • So I only have bean five on June.

  • You see how it's simple enough?

  • And the pace can be used to make a variety of dishes hoisting a medal or they just your heart sing in middle.

  • Uh, e o Hong Kong.

  • Uh, So how do you cook with such a pungent paste way?

  • Went to the restaurant at Tai O Heritage Hotel to get some pointers from their head.

  • Chef.

  • More Your heart, huh?

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  • Got some fun time being fun e with e.

  • Okay, Booth.

  • Now that the pork chop is ready, he toasts the bun a little to make it slightly crispy on the outside.

  • Shrimp paste can also be used to add flavor to fried rice.

  • And hey, even chicken wings.

  • This is the fried rice.

  • This is more of a traditional shrimp paste dish.

  • Hmm.

  • A little shrimp paste really goes a long way.

  • What's amazing is that it is just shrimp and salt and a lot of time.

  • It is so mommy and fishy, and it's just a flavor bomb.

  • Yeah, the shrimp paste on.

  • This is much more subtle things more mild, but you can definitely taste the seafood flavor in it.

  • For visitors of Tai O, shrimp paste is usually an afterthought.

  • But for the people in Tai O, it's a proud symbol of bygone days.

  • More human, just a human e.

  • Give your swath.

  • But today, shrimp isn't caught in Hong Kong waters anymore.

  • Hong Kong.

  • So I got got Tom on pilot.

  • Yes, I mean, you get a year A go, you go.

  • Come on over.

  • Booth Band was put in place because of overfishing.

  • So many companies move their operations to mainland China.

  • The good news.

  • The local marine population has rebounded The bad news.

  • Local seafood products aren't really local anymore because the most raw products are imported.

  • Uh, come on, human will All that you need more sanctions.

  • Come toe human.

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  • They had morgue for governor.

  • You go at a time, Learn Mahlum?

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  • They like, uh yeah, let's say some eso Joy Ola.

  • That's one.

  • Hi, John.

  • You are Joe.

  • Hockey said by gone, Gone, gone.

  • Gone a second.

  • They used same one.

  • Come on up.

  • Next we head to the Tibetan Plateau where summertime is caterpillar fungus season.

  • Yeah.

come to you with your heart and I have seen way How handy, harder and about 100 hard on my e o e hard me Come with God, How far peace and those things, Why I go Go, go, go.

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