A deep color, rich consistency and more complex bouquet when compared with shoyu, so it retains its flavor better in longer cooking styles. Full-bodied and savory, a little tamari goes a long way in marinades, vegetable dishes, stews, sauces and salad dressings. Traditionally brewed in cedar kegs, made using the same time-honored methods that have been passed down for generations. Organic, Macrobiotic, Vegan, Kosher, Gluten-free

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  • Organic, Macrobiotic, Vegan, Kosher, Gluten-free

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This tamari soy sauce tastes better than any other I’ve ever tried. It has a mellow, rich, deep flavor.Its expensive relative to the others but worth it to me since I use soy sauce a lot.
LoreleiKenyon, MN


I love this stuff. Much better than soy sauce. I seem to need ten more words in order to be published, but I can only repeat — it’s wonderful.
KarineMammoth Lakes, CA