Soy & Tamari
While some may think of soy sauce as that salty dip for sushi, it’s so much more than that. Soy sauce can enhance the taste of meat, fish, or vegetables, and add a perfect savory flavor.
Soy and Tamari: What’s the Difference?
Tamari is a bit different from traditional soy sauce. Often, Japanese tamari is thicker and a bit less salty than its Chinese soy sauce counterpart.
That being said, both soy and tamari sauces are incredibly versatile and delicious ingredients to have on hand. Whether you’re whipping up an Asian-style stir-fry, or would like to add a savory taste to a non-Asian dish, you’ll be reaching for the soy or tamari sauce.
Top Soy and Tamari Brand
Our sole provider of soy and tamari is a well-known name:
This brand was founded more than 200 years ago in Japan and has been providing soy and tamari sauce on an international scale ever since. San-J also opened the very first United States soy and tamari production plant in Virginia in 1987.
Best Soy and Tamari Sauce
Check out these authentic, classic soy and tamari sauces:
San-J Organic Tamari Gluten-Free Soy Sauce
This organic soy sauce leaves out wheat products and uses whole soybeans and natural fermentation. This process provides a richer, yet more temperate flavor that’s perfect as a sauce, marinade, or in stir-fry or rice dishes.
San-J Tamari Gluten-Free Soy Sauce
This gluten-free soy sauce is also certified Kosher, and a non-GMO Project Verified product. This sauce uses the same natural fermentation process that San-J is known for, and is perfect for enhancing the flavor of any meal.
Healthy Reduced Sodium Soy and Tamari Sauce
Those watching their sodium intake can check out these low-sodium soy and tamari sauce options:
San-J Tamari Gluten-Free Soy Sauce - Reduced Sodium
This sauce comes in the brand’s distinctive dark bottle, but includes a white label and contains 28% less sodium than regular tamari sauce. This tamari is also gluten-free without sacrificing the sauce’s rich, smooth flavor.
San-J Organic Tamari Gluten-Free Soy Sauce - Reduced Sodium
This sauce includes 25% less sodium than other tamari sauces, and is also certified organic, gluten-free, and certified Kosher. Whether you need a low-sodium option to add to marinades, soups, casseroles, or stir-fry, this sauce is an ideal choice.
Healthy Soy Sauce Facts, Recipes, and Alternatives
Check out these articles for a bit of reading material on soy and tamari, as well as some popular alternatives:
Soy and Liquid Aminos: What’s the Difference?
Have you ever wondered about the difference between soy sauce and liquid aminos? This article will fill you in and also offers some delicious and healthy recipes for both options.
How Coconut Aminos Stack Up Against Soy Sauce
Coconut aminos can offer certain health and nutritional benefits that soy sauce cannot, and is also very similar to wheat-free tamari sauce. Learn more about what coconut aminos are, nutritional facts, and how to bring this versatile ingredient into your kitchen.
A New Take on Traditional Stir-Fry
This stir-fry recipe includes interesting and unique ingredients, including organic tempeh, kelp noodles, and wheat-free tamari sauce for a new twist on a classic. Tossed onion, carrot, and broccoli, alongside the noodles, make this a dinner to remember.