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San-J Tamari Gluten Free Soy Sauce, 10 Ounce

from San-J
4.4 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • San-J Tamari Black Label (10 Oz)
  • Condiments|Marinades & Sauces
  • 100% Organic

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Product Description

Save on San-J 10 Oz Tamari Black Label Tamari Is Made With More Soybeans Than Ordinary Soy Sauce Giving It A Richer, Smoother, And More Complex Taste. It Is Naturally Fermented For Up To 6 Months Using Gmo Free Soybeans. We Do Not Add Msg Or Artificial Preservatives. : Kosher (Note: This Product Description Is Informational Only. Always Check The Actual Product Label In Your Possession For The Most Accurate Ingredient Information Before Use. For Any Health Or Dietary Related Matter Always Consult Your Doctor Before Use.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 3 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0004LZJ9C
  • UPC: 075810021255
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,151 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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Water, soybeans, salt, alcohol (to preserve freshness).Contains: soy.

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There are two kinds of Soy Sauces out there. What is normally referred to as Soy Sauce is "Shoyu". This is Tamari.

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!
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I can't tell you how HAPPY I was to find gluten free soy sauce..................................................Until now I couldn't use any soy sauce AT ALL..................YEA!YEA!YEA! For San-Jan Tamari Black Label
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Why so good? That is all I want to know. We went through this stuff almost as soon as we got it--with our recipes of walnut taco meat, jalapeno nut burgers, mushroom burgers and simply drizzled over steam tofu. We used it so much, that now, we are out of this delicious gluten free tamari by San-J. The flavor is less salty, richer and deeper than regular soy sauce.

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.
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Sometimes in my parent's small town it is hard to find gluten free soy sauce, so I ordered it online. It tastes great and doesn't make me sick: win-win! I recommend combing the stores first, they're actually cheaper than Amazon when you can find it, but if you need a gluten free soy sauce this is a great product.
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This is a rich and flavorful soy sauce. It is thicker with a stronger flavor with less salt than the standard soy sauce. I use both a standard soy sauce and tamari sauce. Like standard soy sauce, I use tamari in recipes that specifically call for tamari sauce and at the table for additional flavoring.

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!)
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I have searched markets for months trying to find Tamari sauce. This product is sensational! Just as I remembered it. It is the lowest price on Amazon.. The order was shipped promptly. In addition, I have never seen such secure packaging for an item before. I would certainly like to order from this supplier again.
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I've been progressively exploring the taste of umami (`pleasant savory taste'). Soy sauce has it for me as do fish sauce, anchovies, MSM, and mushrooms among `common' sources. My umami exploration has led to botarga and now tamari. Tamari is an item I've known about but seem to forget when I'm in an oriental grocery and overwhelmed by all sorts of fermented soy and fish sauces.

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!
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This is a great soy sauce if you haven't tried it before. Tamari is considered a higher quality, richer soy sauce than one that is made with wheat. I started using it because I am gluten intolerant but my whole family likes it better than regular soy sauce.
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