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AVROIEN Posts: 11,554
11/14/18 2:51 P

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SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 3,243
11/4/18 5:26 A

Kitchen Bouquet Browning and Seasoning Sauce... This browning and seasoning sauce will add golden brown color and down home flavor to hamburgers, pork chops, steaks, chicken, soups, stews, sauces, gravy and more.

One tablespoon only has 30 milligrams of sodium.

Kitchen Bouquet is free from gluten. Its ingredients are caramel, vegetable base (water, carrots, onions, celery, parsnips, turnips, salt, parsley, spices)

Edited by: SUNSHINE6442 at: 11/4/2018 (05:28)
ENGINEERMOM Posts: 1,184
10/15/18 2:06 P

I agree with coconut aminos. Depending on the recipe, you could also try subbing Worcestershire sauce. Ingredients (from Lea & Perrins site): Distilled white vinegar, anchovies, garlic, molasses, onions, salt, sugar, water, chili pepper extract, cloves, natural flavorings, tamarind extract

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10/11/18 12:42 P

Coconut aminos are a direct substitute for soy sauce.

MDSCOORD Posts: 5,887
6/4/18 12:27 A

This recipe sounds wonderful.

ON_A_DIET Posts: 11,423
5/26/18 10:35 A

Steak sauce.

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8/9/17 7:36 A

Wow, I learn something new all the time. I was going to suggest Braggs Liquid Aminos, but decided to check out the ingreadients to make sure it wasn't soy.

No wonder it was a great soy sauce substitute for me. It's made from soy.

MISSRUTH Posts: 5,045
8/9/17 6:45 A

allrecipes.com has some recipes for soy sauce substitutes(with no soy). I haven't tried any of those myself, but I've used allrecipes. com a lot-- I always look for a recipe with great reviews and then read through some of the reviews, for suggestions on what folks did to tweak the recipe and make it even better.

J38850 Posts: 4,612
8/1/17 4:43 P

A1 steak sauce is good on any thing.

6/19/17 6:47 P

Liquid coconut aminos. Excellent sub for soy sauce.

NHELENE Posts: 1,505
6/19/17 12:58 P

I think to somewhat mimic the effects of soy sauce you could use vegemite. Soy sauce contains fermented soy beans, and vegemite is fermented yeast extract, so they should both have that umami flavor that adds a little oomph to your food.

Here's one marinade in my regular rotation that doesn't require any soy products: It's awesome on chicken or vegetables.


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6/18/17 4:30 P

Use salt. Just plain old salt. Usually in recipes the soy is just a liquid way of adding salt. However, you my never get an "oriental" flavor in a dish without it.

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6/18/17 2:31 P

There are so many delicious recipes, especially marinades, that call for soy sauce. Can anyone tell me what I can use instead.

My husband is allergic to soy.
He suffers with arthritis and even a little bit of soy sauce makes the pain that much worse.

Thank you in advance.

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