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What type of Soy Sauce do you prefer?

I like Silver Swan personally. 

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HongKongPhooey

To marinade or cook with, Kikkoman less sodium (green label). 

For condiment, I do like salty Silver Swan.

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SkyMan

I thought Soy was Japanese for salt. 

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oztony
1 hour ago, Soupeod said:

What type of Soy Sauce do you prefer?

I like Silver Swan personally. 

Which one goes better with Gardenia Wheat Bread .....  :)

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SkyMan
2 minutes ago, oztony said:

Which one goes better with Gardenia Wheat Bread .....  :)

Peanut butter and jelly. 

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HeyMike

When it comes to choosing between soy sauce or Johnny Walker Blue, I always choose the Johnny Walker Blue.

Old joke: (When TWA still existed)... Do you prefer TWA coffee or TWA tea?

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lamoe

Kikkoman for stand alone taste

Silver Swan or Laurit (same company) when I add crushed Thai Peppers

 

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Dafey
9 hours ago, HeyMike said:

When TWA still existed

Wow...you're really dating yourself!

I like Nunya but when you're buying it by the gallon you go for cheapest, not quality!

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BossHog
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The Korean brand Sempio makes some excellent naturally brewed soy sauce. Available at any Korean mart around Metro Cebu. The labels will be in Korean but look for the number 501 or the super-premium 701...

389172339_download(7).jpg.b10faf86de80c8e30bafdefaaa28588f.jpgThese soy sauces are meant to be used for dipping and light flavoring and suitable for East Asian dishes.

If you're looking for something richer and lighter in color to flavor a pot of soup try Sempio's guk-gan-jang  "soy sauce for soup". It also works better for Filipino dishes such as adobo.

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Dafey
2 hours ago, BossHog said:

If you're looking for something richer and lighter in color to flavor a pot of soup try Sempio's guk-gan-jang  "soy sauce for soup". It also works better for Filipino dishes such as adobo.

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Custom made for the OP!

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14 hours ago, lamoe said:

Kikkoman for stand alone taste

Silver Swan or Laurit (same company) when I add crushed Thai Peppers

 

I would also add Silver Swan for cooking dishes where you want that that pasty tasty goo at the end, like well cooked Adobo, Humba. etc.  

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JonnyBravo

Datu Puti for cooking

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