Gluten Free San-J Organic Tamari Sauces
|San-J Organic Tamari Gluten Free Soy Sauces to sample with swag.|
Note: I received this product for free from Moms Meet, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my honest opinion on my blog. The opinions posted are my own.
I love soy sauce. It has to be good soy sauce.
When I was offered the opportunity to sample some San-J Organic Tamari Sauces through Moms Meet, I applied. I had attended the online party with Moms Meet and San-J earlier and was excited to taste their products.
All about San-J Organic Tamari Gluten Free Sauces
- Made with 100% soy and no wheat. Regular soy sauce contains 40-60% wheat. This is great news for those of us who must eat gluten free!
- San-J sauces are fermented for up to six months using Japanese brewing methods.
- Sauces contain no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. My boys have to avoid artificial colors so they love knowing these sauces are safe.
- A 10-ounce bottle typically retails for around $4.45.
- The higher concentration of soy protein gives these sauces a milder, richer, and more complex taste.
Which sauce to choose and for what meal?For this product review, I chose to taste the San-J Gluten Free Orange Sauce for Asian Glaze and Stir Fry. The one dish mentioned on the San-J site for this particular sauce is Orange Chicken. I was so excited to be able to make Orange Chicken at home!
Well, a few days ago while watching a show, the character started eating egg rolls. I remembered I had purchased a big box of gluten free egg rolls. So, for dinner that night, we had the gluten free egg rolls and used the Orange Sauce for dipping. My husband and I liked the combination of the egg rolls with the sauce. My boys thought the sauce was a little strong. I told them "it tastes like orange sauce to me."
I wanted to use the Orange Sauce in a second meal where the sauce would not be as strong. I decided to make Shanghai Chicken (found in my book, The Gluten-Free Way: My Way). Since the recipe calls for soy sauce and water, I figured the water would help reduce the intensity of the sauce for my boys. It also calls for sugar so it sweetened it some as well.
|Shanghai Chicken with rice and peas using San-J Organic Gluten Free Orange Sauce|
All six of us ate it and it was difficult to not eat the rest! I plan on having the leftovers for lunch tomorrow.
Have you tried San-J Organic Gluten Free Tamari Sauces?
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