Collection: Soy Sauce

Foundational elements of Japanese cuisine

A traditional Japanese condiment with full of umami and flavor

If you are familiar with Japanese or Asian cuisines, you probably recognize the dark brown, salty liquid used in many dishes, Soy Sauce is an all-purpose ingredient in Japanese cooking and many other East Asian and Southeast Asian cuisines.

Soy sauce consists of soybeans, wheat, salt, and sometimes roasted grains. There are two groups of Japanese soy sauce depending on its production: traditionally and chemically produced.