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Mey Marie

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hi there all,

I found a wheat free soy sauce, and I was really excited that I would be able to do sushi with soy sauce again. I tried it out last night on some brown rice... It was soooooo bad. Like sucking on a penny. Left my mouth tasting dirty. I don't know how else to explain it. :lol: I have to laugh about it. This is the first time I have written on celiac.com about something that I wasn't about to cry over.

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Guess I have to wonder if it was a bad bottle or the whole brand.

I like the San J brand but have had bad, almost rancid bottles of others

hi there all,

I found a wheat free soy sauce, and I was really excited that I would be able to do sushi with soy sauce again. I tried it out last night on some brown rice... It was soooooo bad. Like sucking on a penny. Left my mouth tasting dirty. I don't know how else to explain it. :lol: I have to laugh about it. This is the first time I have written on celiac.com about something that I wasn't about to cry over.

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Guess I have to wonder if it was a bad bottle or the whole brand.

I like the San J brand but have had bad, almost rancid bottles of others

where do you get San J brand..... aw man. That's the one I tried last night. I guess I should try it on WHITE rice before I write it off. I took it to a friends house because she was serving brown rice. I don't tend to eat a lot of brown rice. I will try again.

Are there any other brands you have liked.... that were not rancid? lol

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What other brands did you find that didn't taste bad? did you like any others? The brand you said you like is the one that just doesn't work for me.

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Try Bragg Liquid Aminos if you don't like SanJ brand. La Choy soy sauce is gluten free.

It could be you have a Systemic yeast/Candida infection causing the funny taste. Very common with celiacs.

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I find the regular San-J tamari too strong, and use the reduced sodium variety. Tastes great to me. (I do keep it in the fridge, of course.)

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I couldn't find gluten free, in low sodium. I wish I could find a way to try them all without buying the entire bottle. It cost so much as it is, to be gluten free. <_< I will have to look some more for that one.

Oh and I am always good about keeping it in the refrigerator. It drives my hubby crazy. :P

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your right the stuff is expensive -- I was buying it at the local grocery until I saw it at the health food store for $1. less.

We lao have San J in 2 sizes. I've not had the LaChoy in awhile since its not sold in my part of hawaii. I do have some other 100% soy brands from japan.

I also like the Braggs that was mentioned. The liquid Aminos is good but I love the apple cider vinegar they have and mix that in salad dressings. I've never kept San J in the fridge.

If we go for Sushi without planning ahead I just use a piece if gari ginger instead of shoyu ( soy sauce)

Good luck

I couldn't find gluten free, in low sodium. I wish I could find a way to try them all without buying the entire bottle. It cost so much as it is, to be gluten free. <_< I will have to look some more for that one.

Oh and I am always good about keeping it in the refrigerator. It drives my hubby crazy. :P

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