Mikuni Wild Harvest

White Shoyu

$24
Mikuni Wild Harvest

White Shoyu

$24
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The lighter side of soy sauce.

White, or shiro, soy sauce performs kitchen magic: It infuses your food with the umami flavor of soy without changing the color of your dish. This rare Japanese sauce is made by roasting wheat in hot sand, then milling the fragrant grains and slowly brewing them with steamed soybeans and koji (that’s the rice mold responsible for traditional soy sauces—neat, huh?). The result is a mild, lighter-colored condiment that doesn't overpower the rest of your ingredients. Yeah…don’t be surprised if it replaces the regular ol’ soy sauce you were using before.

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Fun fact: There are many types of soy sauce out there, and Japanese shoyu is sweeter than the others because it’s brewed with equal amounts of wheat and soybeans. That means it doesn’t need much dressing up and tastes stellar on its own as a well-rounded condiment. We love it in stir-fry, stew, and spaghetti sauce. Plus, it’s a game-changing topping for popcorn—trust us on this one.

The lighter side of soy sauce.

White, or shiro, soy sauce performs kitchen magic: It infuses your food with the umami flavor of soy without changing the color of your dish. This rare Japanese sauce is made by roasting wheat in hot sand, then milling the fragrant grains and slowly brewing them with steamed soybeans and koji (that’s the rice mold responsible for traditional soy sauces—neat, huh?). The result is a mild, lighter-colored condiment that doesn't overpower the rest of your ingredients. Yeah…don’t be surprised if it replaces the regular ol’ soy sauce you were using before.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

Fun fact: There are many types of soy sauce out there, and Japanese shoyu is sweeter than the others because it’s brewed with equal amounts of wheat and soybeans. That means it doesn’t need much dressing up and tastes stellar on its own as a well-rounded condiment. We love it in stir-fry, stew, and spaghetti sauce. Plus, it’s a game-changing topping for popcorn—trust us on this one.

Reviews for
White Shoyu
5.0 Stars / 2 Reviews

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5.0 Stars
Beautifully Packaged, Delicate Taste
This was my first experience tasting shoyu not bought at a regular grocery store. It is more expensive, but well worth it as the quality is clearly better. I prefer this white shoyu with sushi at home over brown shoyu, because it allows you to taste the fish better. The delicate white will get washed out a bit too much as shoyu in strong soups. I recommend this as a "starter shoyu" if you are looking for a first step into true shoyu.
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Submitted on: 1/18/2022 Reviewed by: MMKoblenz Option:
5.0 Stars
white shoyu
subtle,versatile flavor. enjoyed it on roasted potatoes, in veggie soup,& pot stickers..yummy! yummy Is that 100 characters? what happened to succinct summations????
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Submitted on: 2/12/2021 Reviewed by: Susan M. Option: