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    Soy sauce subsititute!

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    Re: Soy sauce subsititute!

    I have used this with no problem. I am just not sure it really tastes that great. I had gotten so used to just eating Asian food without it. Now the one in my refrigerator is getting old. I am sure it is still fine, but if it is more fermented, is it more acidic?

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    Re: Soy sauce subsititute!

    The best substitute for soy sauce I have found is plain old salt. I can't have a lot, but once in a while, I can use a little extra for a treat.

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    Re: Soy sauce subsititute!

    Yes I have used this as a substitute, it's not exactly like soy but it does work to at least simulate the taste. It's also a lot less salty than soy so I guess that's good

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    Re: Soy sauce subsititute!

    There is also this recipe in the recipe section that I thought was pretty good:
    Soy Sauce Substitute

    Ingredients:
    • 1 1/2 cups broth (vegetable or chicken)
    • 2 tablespoons of molasses
    • 1 tsp ground ginger
    • 1 clove of garlic, skin removed
    • 1/5 of an onion (yep, just a small amount)
    • 1 tsp salt

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    Re: Soy sauce subsititute!

    Recipe looks awesome too! I ate two blackberries and a strawberry yesterday and I'm paying for it, but when this flare is over that new sauce is on my list of next items to try. As far as plain old salt it can be pretty good on its own like at those Brazilian steak houses. My favorite place to eat with bladder issues! Texas de Brazil!

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    Re: Soy sauce subsititute!

    I'm the one who first posted the Soy Sauce substitute recipe. You listed the ingredients but not the directions. It may not be necessary for some but others may appreciate knowing it.
    The recipe should also include the following:

    Directions:
    • Add all the ingredients together in a sauce pan and bring to a boil. Reduce to about half the liquid
    • Remove the garlic and onion
    • Store in the fridge

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