- Soy sauce contains various tastes, such as saltiness, sweetness, sourness, bitterness, and umami
- Soy sauce can be used to mask smell, for example if there is a fishy smell in raw fish, dipping it in soy sauce helps to mask the smell and taste, highlighting the good tastes and smell
- It is glutamine that creates the rich umami flavour that soy sauce is known for
- The fermentation process largely eliminates gluten from the wheat used in the processing of soy sauce
Did you know? Soy sauces is known as ‘shoyu’ in Japanese, and first entered Japanese food culture in the 1500s.
Use as you would any high quality soy sauce, for cooking, seasoning and to add colour
100% brewed soy sauce
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