The lighter side of soy sauce.
White soy sauce performs kitchen magic: it infuses your food with the flavor of soy without darkening its color. This rare sauce is composed of fragrant wheat that's been toasted in hot sand, coarsely milled, then mixed with steamed soybeans and koji seed. The result is a mild, sweeter sauce that doesn't overpower the rest of your ingredients.
Photography by James Ransom
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