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Table of Contents:
- Why does Chinese restaurant soy sauce taste different?
- What is the oldest soy sauce company?
- Is there fake soy sauce?
- Is Japanese soy sauce the same as Chinese soy sauce?
- Do Japanese put soy sauce on rice?
- What can I substitute for light soy sauce?
Why does Chinese restaurant soy sauce taste different?
It's sad but true: Many soy sauce packets included with Chinese takeout nowadays are imposter sauces—'vegetable protein' with 'caramel' food coloring. In order to create the flavor associated with soy sauce, vegetables (from cereals like corn or wheat to legumes) are boiled in hydrochloric acid.
What is the oldest soy sauce company?
It is not, by far, the oldest soy sauce company in Japan. That ranking goes to Kani, a soy sauce brewer on the island of Kyushu, which started its business in 1600 at about the time that the Japanese recipe for soy sauce was perfected.
Is there fake soy sauce?
– Artificial soy sauce is not brewed at all and that has food snobs everywhere turning up their noses. Artificial soy sauce is made by mixing corn syrup, salt, hydrolyzed soy, and caramel color together. Instead of getting 'authentic soy sauce', we end up getting something that tastes pretty similar.
Is Japanese soy sauce the same as Chinese soy sauce?
Chinese-style soy sauces traditionally are made with 100 percent soy, while Japanese-style soy sauces are made with a mix of soy and wheat (usually 50/50). This gives the Japanese sauces a sweeter, more nuanced flavor than their Chinese counterparts, which are usually saltier and more aggressive.
Do Japanese put soy sauce on rice?
If you've been guilty of this, you've probably been told not to pour soy sauce on your rice if you visit Japan (yes, it's bush league). But that doesn't mean the Japanese eat their rice plain and without flavor. ... You do not pour soy sauce on it!
What can I substitute for light soy sauce?
Here are my favorite substitutes for light soy sauce that work for most recipes:
- Worcestershire sauce.
- Tamari sauce: A gluten-free alternative to soy sauce.
- Hoisin sauce: You may have to thin it out with some water. ...
- Teriyaki sauce: Teriyaki sauce is another option that offers a sweet and savory flavor.
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