YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips Vol.6. Can Soy Sauce be replaced?

01.10.2018 | Category, YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips

Can Soy Sauce be replaced? We doubt it. Soy Sauce has been used in Japanese cuisines for so long, it wouldn’t make sense to use an alternative. Especially with 5 different types of soy sauce, there...
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YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips Vol.5. Umami related to Soy Sauce?

12.22.2017 | Category, YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips

Umami related to Soy Sauce? - The taste and flavor of soy sauce is created from a balance of “Umami”, sweetness, acidity, saltiness, and bitterness. This “Umami” of soy sauce is formed from...
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YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips Vol.4. What is Tamari Soy Sauce??

12.04.2017 | Category, YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips

In Japan, Tamari is one of the five soy sauce types that exist in the market. Mostly brewed in the Chubu region, Tamari is very distinct and different when compared to the other types of soy sauce. Th...
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YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips Vol.3. What are the effects of soy sauce?

11.28.2017 | Category, YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips

Soy sauce has numerous affects: Soy sauce has numerous affects: Masking effect Putting soy sauce on “Sashimi”, raw fish, is not only for the taste but also used to reduce the odor of the fish...
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YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips Vol.2. Is Yamasa soy sauce pasteurized? Yamasa soy sauce contains MSG?

10.31.2017 | Category, YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips

Is Yamasa soy sauce pasteurized? Yes all soy sauce made right here in the US are pasteurized. The reason for the pasteurization is to stop the fermentation process from continuing after it has been b...
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What are the different types of soy sauce in Japan?

10.09.2017 | Category, YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips

Regular soy sauce (Koikuchi): The most general type. Deep umami and savory flavor can be used general-purpose condiment, usable in cooking or at table. Since Sashimi soy sauce and Less Salt soy sauce...
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We produce the very best soy sauce in our state-of-the-art plant, but brewing processes remain the same as in 1645.
YAMASA soy sauce has been preferred among the majority of high-end Japanese restaurants, sushi, and kabayaki-eel restaurants.