View Poll Results: What Do you prefer to use to add umami

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  • Fish sauce

    4 44.44%
  • Miso

    4 44.44%
  • Tomato paste

    3 33.33%
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    Have to say, I didn't know Lea&Perrin's was famous for anything else but worcestershire sauce...and I've never used any other brand.

    In Irish locals I've frequented, there are about 6 different Guinness pumps with different pressure levels so you can pour a pint quicker...and a token lager pump gathering dust in the corner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Have to say, I didn't know Lea&Perrin's was famous for anything else but Worcestershire sauce...and I've never used any other brand.

    In Irish locals I've frequented, there are about 6 different Guinness pumps with different pressure levels so you can pour a pint quicker...and a token lager pump gathering dust in the corner.
    But they're all stout, right?
    So if you order a Guinness you're not likely to get a Guinness lager instead, right?
    But if cybille was to order a Lea and Perrins she could well get..
    How's your umami?-lea-perrins-jpg

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    6 hours after getting your arse handed to you?


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    I've never asked anyone to pass me the Worcestershire sauce in my life. It's always the lea and perrins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    6 hours after getting your arse handed to you?

    You're kidding right?
    You're the thicko who couldn't get a grasp on the difference between a brand name and a product name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    I've never asked anyone to pass me the Worcestershire sauce in my life. It's always the lea and perrins.
    Here you go

    How's your umami?-lea-perrins-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    I've never asked anyone to pass me the Worcestershire sauce in my life. It's always the lea and perrins.

    Could this possibly go any worse for you?



    Walk away, you silly twerp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Could this possibly go any worse for you?



    Walk away, you silly twerp.
    You're a bit slow aren't you.
    Anyway.

    Here's your Lea and Perrins.
    How's your umami?-lea-perrins-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    MSG is good for vegetable only dishes for giving that extra oomph vegetables lack.

    One small tin lasts years in my kitchen.
    Good tip.
    You can't get a small tim of it here. They sell it by the kilo.

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    Looking at the Lea & Perrins wiki page, I noticed it said:

    While Kraft only markets a single variety of Worcestershire sauce under different sizes in the UK and in Canada,[6] a few more products are marketed under the L&P brand in the United States. These include a reduced-sodium version of the sauce, a steak sauce, and marinades in peppercorn and vinaigrette flavours.[7]
    Perhaps that is why I have never seen any other Lea & Perrins products.

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    Also interesting that the UK and U.S. recipes are slightly different .

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