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I bought a bottle of this today at the health food store. Now I can make teriyaki chicken for my daughter. I hope it's good!

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That is very interesting. The closest sub I have found is balsamic vinegar. Can you share the brand name please?

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My hub & I were wondering, what is in soy free soy sauce?

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My hub & I were wondering, what is in soy free soy sauce?

Coconut Aminos by Coconut Secret, contains Organic Coconut Sap aged and blended with Mineral Rich Seasalt, unquote. Made in the Philippines, sold by Whole Foods. Haven't tried it yet.

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Coconut Aminos by Coconut Secret, contains Organic Coconut Sap aged and blended with Mineral Rich Seasalt, unquote. Made in the Philippines, sold by Whole Foods. Haven't tried it yet.

Yes! That's the stuff.

I made teriyaki chicken drumsticks in the oven with a recipe that I found online. I did mess up and grabbed the 1/3 cup measure instead of the 1/3 cup. So I then had to add a bit more of all the other things as well. But the final result came out looking and smelling just like the sauce we used to get at Mongos. Alas they stopped selling teriyaki. They do have a gluten-free dessert on the menu though.

Bottom line, daughter loved the chicken!

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That is very interesting. The closest sub I have found is balsamic vinegar. Can you share the brand name please?

I replied at the bottom.

I was given a recipe for soy free soy sauce but it made a ton and called for small amounts of ingredients I didn't necessarily keep around the house. So I am very happy to have this. Must get another bottle because the bottle is small and I used almost half of it already.

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Thanks! I went to the company website and found out they don't sell it yet in my state. I wonder if I ask at Trader Joe's if they will start carrying it? Otherwise I'll just have to wait until I take a vacation to go look for it. B)

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Interesting. Thanks for sharing Julie. I'm currently using a soy free "soy sauce" that I purchased in Japan made from millet. I was wondering what I would replace it with when it runs out if I am still soy-free. Won't be getting back to Japan soon I imagine.

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I found Bragg Amino Acids, which while made from soy, are apparently processed enough so that I don't react to it at all!! Tastes GREAT, and is not fermented, so my husband, who is an alcoholic in recovery, can have it too. Extra happy here!

-Daisy

P.S. Have found this both in my grocery store (Kroger variety) and natural food store.

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