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Tamari gluten-free Soy Sauce
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Is tamari soy sauce pretty interchangeable with regular soy sauce in recipes? That is one thing I've missed a lot is marinating with soy sauce, and I hoped this would work instead!

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People use Tamari, or La Choy which is also gluten free. There is also Bragg's Aminos, and for those who avoid soy as well, there is Coconut Secrets available from Whole Foods.

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I use tamari. It tastes a little bit different from regular soy sauce but it didn't take very long to get used to it. I love to marinate chicken breast in it, it is so delicious!

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I use and and like it just fine.

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I use it and have not found any difficulty.

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I use it , it tastes great great. But , it is much stronger so use less at first till you get used to it.

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I like San-J tamari sauce (the wheat-free version, obviously) and had no trouble switching from my regular soy sauce. I do believe it is stronger so I use less of it. I have yet to find the new gluten-free Kikkomann soy sauce around here.

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I like it much better than La Choy which I find very bitter.

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Obiously, I am making no recommendations here since I don't do soy and have to use Coconut Secrets :P

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