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Posted by Reviewer3092999 on Apr 26, 2009
First, Bragg's has about the same amount of sodium as regular soy sauce: my bottle says "160 mg per half a teaspoon" which means 900 mg per tablespoon...and soy sauce is about 1000 mg per teaspoon Second, while no "salt" is added, the sodium MUST come from someplace other than the soybeans [over 10 kilograms of soybeans would be needed to produce the sodium!!]...I have to guess that they hydolyze the soybeans with acid and then neutralize it with something like sodium bicarbonate...ie, baking soda. The ingredients list is, at best, incomplete. Finally, this product DOES have a nice soy/salty flavor, and works well as a soup-stock additive. So far, I have not been able to find proof that it is a really low-salt, non-chemically produced soybean-only product...maybe someone else has more info!
Definitely NOT Low-Sodium
Posted by Reviewer3000993 on Mar 13, 2014
Some people are having problems with their mathematics. Half teaspoon of BRAGGS has 160mg of sodium; one tablespoon of BRAGGS = 3 teaspoon = 6x 160mg = 960mg of sodium (NOT 320mg, NOT some magic low-sodium number!). That compares to soy sauce @ about 1000mg per tablespoon. Please, people, like BRAGGS for the right reasons, not all the wrong ones! Like that it is non-GMO; like that it is free of preservatives; like that it is alcohol-free if that pleases you. I do like the taste, and it is a nice change from the various soy sauces I use when I feel like it, but many people are mistaken in thinking it is a healthy low-salt alternative! The sodium level is only marginally lower than soy sauce, and there are also soy sauces that are free of preservatives and additives, and organic as well. Soy sauce fermented the traditional way undergo a process that takes 18 months to 2 or 3 years, and has many health benefits from the presence of oligosaccharides, peptides, polysaccharides, and is high in antioxidants. Many of the soy sauce you find in the stores are made from acid-hydrolyzed soy protein and takes 2 to 3 days. So, when you say Bragg is a healthy alternative, my question is .... compared to what? Run a search on BRAGGS, and you will see many articles maintaining that they used acid-hydrolyzed process, that BRAGGS liquid aminos contain lots of MSG and also contains aspartic acid, another brain damaging excitotoxin.
Soy Sauces' Nemesis: Bragg Liquid Aminos All Purpose Seasoning
Posted by Reviewer2299030 on Apr 30, 2009
Okay, we all love Chinese food. And it used to be you couldn't get away from Soy Sauce - that delicious salt laden seasoning that, well let's be honest... isn't that great for us. But wait! Now there's Bragg All Natural Liquid Aminos. A taste better than soy sauce, with enormous health benefits! As always, priced just right at iherb.com!
Love all Bragg Products!
Posted by Reviewer1779886 on Feb 06, 2011
Bragg Liguid Aminos is wonderful! I hope they make this in a lower sodium version one day for those of us who had to watch their sodium intake. Highly recommend this instead of plain ol' soy sauce. :)
much better than soy sauce!
Posted by Reviewer2823720 on Jan 07, 2012
A much tastier seasoning than regular soy sauce
Best soy sauce alternative.
Posted by Reviewer2252283 on Aug 23, 2012
If you are looking for the miracle soy sauce of all this is it. Taste the same but has so much more.
We use this instead of soy sauce
Posted by LantauMama on Jun 10, 2013
We use this instead of soy sauce. We like the smaller spray bottle they have for flavoring our food at the table, and this larger jar we use for refilling that and cooking. I also like it on air popped popcorn - yes, I know it sounds strange, but try it!
An everyday staple in my kitchen for over twenty years.
Posted by Reviewer2607859 on Feb 01, 2011
I've been using this product for years, tried to find it when I moved to Holland, to no avail. So for 5 years I've had people bring me bottles when visiting from the U.S., or I've brought them back myself, simply because I refuse to be without it in my kitchen. I use it for a soup base, soy sauce substitute (as it's far less salty), I put it in dressings, sauces...any kind of recipe that calls for stock, soy or tamari. It's a versatile product that I can't recommend enough. Plus the quirky bottle label gets a lot of interest from European friends who are curious about Patricia Bragg's Health Crusade. :)
Posted by Reviewer2890051 on Aug 19, 2011
nice taste, i use it to season the food very often.
Used to love it and now im never using it.........
Posted by vegantruthfulreviews on Mar 25, 2013
Having doubts on the product after i found this link.........and i don't know if i can post here