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Phil A Sheo
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Soy Sauce...What's the best kind and where to find??


Was think about breaking out the wok this weekend.
Looking for a decent Soy sauce..

Any suggestions







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Stadium Rat
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re: Soy Sauce...What's the best kind and where to find??


Healthy Boy Brand Mushroom Flavored Soy Sauce



Recommended to me by a pretty good Thai restaurant in Metairie. The mushrooms add even more glutimates to enrich the flavor.

Can be a little hard to find, I know they have it at Hong Kong Market on the westbank and that Asian market on Williams in Kenner.






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Tommy Patel
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re: Soy Sauce...What's the best kind and where to find??


low sodium Kikomons and get some sesame seed oil to, a little goes a long way.





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Phil A Sheo
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re: Soy Sauce...What's the best kind and where to find??


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Healthy Boy Brand Mushroom Flavored Soy Sauce


Thanks..I'll see if I can track it down..


quote:

low sodium Kikomons and get some sesame seed oil to, a little goes a long way.


Use this currently..wasn't sure if there was something better



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Stadium Rat
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re: Soy Sauce...What's the best kind and where to find??


Just to elaborate on the Healthy Boy soy sauce - Thai Cuisine on Veterans was the restaurant referenced above. They put some of this in chicken broth, add chicken pieces, won ton wrappers and green onion tops for the soup they serve as part of their lunch combo. Simple but good.





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TheRoarRestoredInBR
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re: Soy Sauce...What's the best kind and where to find??


Kimlan is my fav, much more complex than Kikoman imho. And the brand found in many of Nawlins better Chinese joints.

Pantai also makes some decent dark, lite, or sweet soy sauces..also make a great sweet dipping sauce for egg rolls.

If in BR, visit Vinh Phat, they have an entire isle of varying soy sauces from around the globe.



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re: Soy Sauce...What's the best kind and where to find??


My favorite:





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Stadium Rat
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re: Soy Sauce...What's the best kind and where to find??


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Kimlan

Gonna try this.






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