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The anchovies are a family (Engraulidae) of small but common oily fish found worldwide. They are an important food in various cuisines, known for their strong umami flavor when processed. They are a key ingredient in Worcestershire sauce and common as a pizza topping. They may be sold in a variety of forms, including fresh, cured, canned, dried, in paste, or as fish sauce.

Dried anchovies

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