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Ultra Low Sodium soy sauce, or making my own.

David_S | Sep 28, 200711:54 AM     28

Even the “low sodium” varieties of soy sauce that I have found are still too high in sodium for me (300 mg/tsp).

Does anyone know of a commercial brand that would be lower? Less than 100 mg/tsp would be great.

Failing that, does anyone have a recipe to make your own soy sauce? I have a no-sodium salt substitute that I use in place of salt in recipes, so if the recipe calls for salt, that’s OK.

Thanks

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