Wellfleet Chef Brings Back Ancient Fermented Fish Sauce
Today, most people throw away the skeletons and innards of our fish. But in Ancient Rome, these parts weren't trash—they were food. This week on The Local Food Report, Elspeth talks with a chef from Wellfleet who's using the fermented skeletons and innards of small, oily local fish to make a popular sauce from Roman times.
You can learn more about this sauce, called garum, on Elspeth's blog, Diary of a Locavore.