TAMARI GLUTEN FREE SOY SAUCE
This naturally brewed tamari is the richest soy sauce. It is wheat-free and whole soybeans are fermented in cedar barrels for 15 months.
Tamari is a premium class soy sauce characterized by dark colour and strong umami flavour, which originates from Japanese term for "pleasantly spicy taste".
Tamari is often served with hot dishes, but can also be used for salads.
This product does not have artificial colors or flavours added.
Thanks to the B complex of vitamins, regular consumption of tamari sauce strengthens memory, improves coordination, improves visual function and stops the degeneration of the hearing aid.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Netherlands
INGREDIENTS: Water, soybeans, salt, spirit vinegar.
Packed on premises that handles nuts (including peanuts), sesame, products containing dairy, soya and products containing gluten.
STORAGE: Cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
Energy (kcal) 53
Protein (g) 8.9
Fat (g) 0
incl. saturates (g) 0
Carbs (g) 4.3
incl. sugars (g) 0.3
Fibre (g) -
Salt (g) 5.64
HOW TO ENJOY
Tamari sauce is commonly used in stir fry, soups, sauces, and marinades. It is also a good flavor enhancer for tofu, sushi, dumplings, noodles and rice.
For a delicious snack try these maple-tamari roasted almonds. Almonds (2 cups) are peeled from the shell, soaked alternately in boiling water and ice water to make it easier to remove the skin. Dry with a paper towel. Preheat the oven to 180 ¡ C, spread the nuts in one layer on a baking sheet, dry and bake until they turn golden. The leaf is taken out 1-2 times to mix the almonds. For the marinade, stir in 3.5 tbsp tamari, 3 tbsp maple syrup, 2 tbsp roasted sesame seeds. Pour nuts into the marinade, knead well. Cover a baking sheet with parchment and lay out the nuts in one layer. This time, bake for at least 15 minutes, until the kernels acquire a rich brown color. Stir once. For cooling, the almonds are laid out so that the individual nuts do not touch each other and do not stick together. Yumm.