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San-J Tamari Gluten Free Soy Sauce, 10 Ounce
- San-J Tamari Black Label (10 Oz)
- Condiments|Marinades & Sauces
- 100% Organic
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The difference? The ingredients.
- Shoyu is made from Soy and Wheat.
- Tamari is made from Soy.
Tamari ends up being a little less salty but has a more complex flavor. It is more ideal for dipping and using as a condiment, where as Shoyu, while still great as a condiment, is often less expensive and is better suited for the cooking process in my opinion.
Anyway... getting off point. This is delicious. After scouring the local Asian groceries for soy sauces, I've found one that I can be happy with!
I am not allergic to wheat and used both, tamari and soy sauce. For Korean dishes, I stick to Korean soy sauce. For other dishes, like the ones mentioned above as well as our Asian salad dressing, I prefer tamari. Next time, I will need to either purchase a larger bottle or get more. It really does disappear quickly.
You will find that a good soy sauce like San-J Tamari and Kikkoman soy sauce have a much better flavor that the packets of soy sauce that usually come with carryout. (By the way, check the label on those packets. There is NO soy sauce at all in that soy sauce: just salt, color, and msg!)
I ran across a umami sauce recipe that included tamari. The recipe prompted my search for `tamari' on Amazon. I picked this one for no particular reason of nuance. Tamari is like soy with more fermented soy taste. Around the house, I wouldn't know why I'd buy soy sauce again given the superior umami of tamari. I love this stuff!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Too much sodium, wish they had a lower sodium gluten free onePublished 2 months ago by Colin R. Meehan
Get this at food lion or a super market for about $2 this is not the imported version but one made in Virginia.Published 2 months ago by Jon
Very, very tasty. I do not miss "regular" soy sauce at all. I love to use this sparingly as a salad dressing (I keep a bottle at my desk at work). Read morePublished 3 months ago by not_her_again
Sent a bottle of this to my daughter who has to eat gluten free. Don't know about taste as I haven't tried it.Published 6 months ago by Janet Howell