Is Soy Sauce Gluten-Free? No, And Why You Can't Test It With Nima
Soy sauce is one of the oldest condiments, having been used for more than 3,000 years for food preservation and seasoning. Today, finding a meal without it in a Chinese or Japanese restaurant can be a challenge, and more and more restaurants outside of Asian influence are using soy sauce instead of salt to reduce sodium in dishes while maintaining the salty flavor. For instance, chefs may use soy sauce in items like sauces, dressings or marinades to add flavor to dishes without adding more sodium.