CLAIM TO FAME: A naturally fermented condiment made with USDA-selected soybeans
FAST FACTS: Contains less calories compared to regular soy sauce; does not have any added salts, preservatives, and coloring; has 10x more antioxidants than red wine; contains oligosaccharides, which support the growth of good bacteria in our digestive system; has a distinct umami flavor, which is full bodied and healthy; certified non-GMO and gluten-free
PERFECT FOR: A healthy alternative to soy sauce
WHAT YOU GET: (1) bottle Skinny Seasoning Liquid Protein Concentrate (300ml)
NET WEIGHT: 300ml
EXPIRY: 1 year
INGREDIENTS: Water, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Natural Flavoring
Cook with meat and vegetables. Use in sauces, dressings, rice or soup. Store at room temperature.
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This is a very good alternative for soy sauce as what it claims. I decided to buy this 'cuz I read in one of the reviews that this taste like kikkoman (which is I really like) and yes, it has the same taste and it's really good. The smell is the same too but it has its own unique flavor to it. It's just so delicious. I thought it will taste very salty but it was not.2 months ago
This one tastes like Kikkoman, and is touted to be a healthier alternative to soy sauce. It's less salty, too. And my officemates love this as well. Comes in an easy-dispense bottle. (Saves you from making a soy mess on the table!) I wish this also came in Knorr or Maggi seasoning flavor. (A girl can dream!)3 months ago
As the title states, I find its flavor similar to Kikkoman's. That being said, I use it the way I would use Kikkoman (never for adobo or usual soy sauce-based Pinoy disher). Although perhaps as an adjustment to make it healthier, it isn't as packed with flavor as Kikkoman is. What I have used this for so far is fried rice with egg. I've used it for that at least 4 times (because we ran out of Kikkoman) and I must say that it is a pretty good substitute for that particular dish. I have yet to try it out on my beloved salmon sashimi, to truly see if I can just go ahead and replace Kikkoman with this healthier alternative.4 months ago
I have been using this as an alternative to soy sauce since I’m avoiding consuming a lot of sodium to avoid water retention. It’s really helped a lot with my diet. My food definitely tastes a lot better when I add a couple of dashes with this. Even my boyfriend’s using this for his diet too!4 months ago
My officemates thought it was Kikkoman soy sauce when I opened my baon during lunch! And I agree, it does smell and taste like Kikkoman but with less saltiness. As a soy sauce lover, this is a healthy and tasty substitute for dipping and cooking. Well worth the price, too!6 months ago
Whilst looking for a healthier version of soy sauce, I was lucky enough to have found this product. It didn't even took me a minute before deciding to add this to my cart and I am glad I did. I must say, this tasted even better than our usual soy sauce. Not to mention that it is healthier and makes any dish more savory.7 months ago
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