This White Shoyu is a traditional Japanese soy sauce
This type of soy sauce adds a delicious umami flavor to soups, stir-fries, dressings, and sauces.
Use this light-colored shoyu as a dipping sauce for sushi and appetizers.
Yakami Orchard's Takumi White Soy Sauce is a rare ingredient with a long tradition in Japan. Clearer and thinner than dark soy sauce, the amber liquid infuses flavor without darkening the color of foods. You can use an equal amount in most recipes that call for regular soy sauce.
White Shoyo is an ideal accompaniment to sashimi and sushi, as well as clear soups, tofu, and organic vegetables. Combine this lighter colored shoyu with restraint with olive oil, white wine, vinegar, or herbs to create wonderful dressings and marinades.
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Product of Japan