Bragg, Liquid Aminos, Natural Soy Sauce Alternative, 16 fl oz (473 ml)
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i so love it but it's pretty salty
Posted by Reviewer3312205 on Jul 12, 2012
they claim it's naturally occurring salty taste and nothing's added, I am not so sure there's no trick in the product, but the general idea of it and the taste so similar to soy souse - for now it's my solution
super easy, long shelf live and all
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Posted by 5008910469644483514 on Nov 22, 2013
Posted by 4622540308856292258 on Jan 08, 2014
For years I refused to eat anything but the best natural-brewed Japanese soy sauce. Then my family went gluten free. This disaster became a blessing in disguise -- I discovered this great sauce. The flavor is complex and slightly tangy, almost like a ponzu. It's pretty robust. Consistency is thinner than tamari. Overall it's a refreshing alternative to soy sauce that I'm happy to have in my kitchen.
Don't be fooled by the lower sodium numbers, though. A serving size is only a teaspoon, making the sodium content virtually identical to most reduced-sodium soy sauces.
Great Soy Sauce Alternative
Posted by uprootfromoregon on Feb 10, 2015
I love using Bragg's Liquid Aminos instead of soy sauce - but I would disagree with most readers who say it tastes exactly the same. I enjoy the taste in little amounts, and I feel better using liquid aminos instead of soy sauce since it is without preservatives or salt. Since I just use a couple tablespoons in a big stir fry, the different flavor doesn't bother me. I would not use this plain for dipping sushi, but it's great for all my other uses!