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FelafelBoy | | Feb 14, 2007 09:49 PM

I just became aware of the unique higher quality of these Bragg products versus the soy sauce and traditional apple cider vinegar sold in traditional supermarkets.

It looks like the Liquid Aminos is a healthier version of soy sauce and tamari.
How does it taste compared to these two, and is it used in the same way?
(I normally put a small amount of tamari into my cooking stir fry vegetables, and a very small amount added to rice and/or vegie burgers. Given how much healthier this product looks, I'd consider using it in the same way. From what I read on the Bragg website, the product does not need to be refrigerated. Even after the bottle is opened? How long does it store for before it should be tossed? Same question regarding their Apple Cider Vinegar.)

The Apple Cider Vinegar looks like it is a much healthier version from the ciders sold in stores. Can it be used as simply for salad dressings? Does it help digestion to take a tablespoon of it before eating? Is it sweet? (I've never had it before. I've had apple cider, not vinegar, which is a pleasant tasting drink. I do not like the taste of vinegar, so I have steered away from apple cider vinegar. What other kinds of recipes could apple cider vinegar be used for? I've heard that these two products can contribute to one's health.)

I've included both these products in this one subject thread due to the unique nature by which Bragg has produced these products, and my expectation that further threads under this subject will be geared more for those people who are vegetarian and/or interested as much in the health component of a recipe as much as the taste of the food/recipe. (I am mostly vegetarian, but do eat some fish and poultry, and no red meat and pork.)

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