Bragg Liquid Aminos 1 Gallon
- Gourmet, healthy, gluten-free alternative to Soy, Tamari, and Worchestershire Sauce
- Made from healthy NON-GMO Soybeans
- ONLY 110 MG Sodium Per Serving
- Gluten Free, Vegan, Kosher
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Top Customer Reviews
Helps my high blood pressure stay low and healthy
I use this with celery ( and sometimes California Black Olives) as the salt in almost all of my cooking these days
ON FOODS USE NO LESS THAN 7 TABLESPOONS IN GUMBO'S,3LBS. TURKY MEATLOAF.ANY FOOD THAT NEEDS SALT TRY IT AND USE AMOUNT TO FLAVOR CAN ADD ONE TSP TO CANNED FOOD ALONG WITH BUTTER TO FLAVOR,RINSE AND DRAIN CANNED FOOD BEFORE HEATING BECAUSE OF CAN'S CHEMICAL BETTER YET USE FROZEN FOOD.TRY IT.GREAT AND HEALTHY!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love the taste of this. It is much better than salt. You can use it on nearly everything!Published 4 months ago by BPV
I really enjoy the taste of Bragg Liquid Aminos. This is the cheapest way to get it. I substitute it for soy sauce; use it as a dressing or cook it with vegetables.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a good product at a good price. It's such a large size, I don't expect to order any time soon.Published 10 months ago by soyboy2269
Product is all that is supposed to be. Arrived intact and promptly. With the internet, it doesn't matter if the locals do not use it.Published on March 11, 2014 by Edward D. Jakawich
I love Braggs! It is an economical way to buy it and it lasts fine out of the fridge. But we'll use it within a year.Published on December 23, 2013 by Rachel A.
We have been using Bragg's Aminos for decades and the one gallon container fills our smaller containers in the kitchen.Published on May 18, 2013 by dr Frank