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Sub for soy sauce?

asked by chefernie over 2 years ago
5 answers 2824 views
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added over 2 years ago

Depends on the dish, and your dietary needs. Basically soy is the equal of salt. Let us know what you're prepping and we can go from there

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added over 2 years ago

Stir fry sauce

Scan0004
added over 2 years ago

If you need a sub because you don't have it on hand, what do have have with flavor and punch? You could even use balsamic vinegar (smaller quantity), Worcestershire sauce (again, less), marmite., Do you have any prepared sauce with a similar base, like teriyaki? Or use the technique but go in a different direction with what you have on hand. I often use the stir fry model and then choose from one of those many bottles of sauces and condiments in the fridge to tie it together. How about a mustard sauce?

Lulusleep
added over 2 years ago

Salt, fish sauce, maybe even oyster sauce....

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You may not have it, but Liquid Aminos would work okay. Its good stuff.