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Your typical Tamari is, to my understanding, going to be closer to dark than light soy sauce. So you'd want light as a second soy sauce. Inside Japan, there are five kinds of soy sauce: Koikuchi … , which is your most typical soy sauce Usukuchi, which is lighter because it has fermented rice in it Tamari, which has more soy than wheat and thus is a bit darker Shiro, which has more wheat than soy
answered Apr 3 '15 by Yamikuronue
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Are you talking about Tofu? It is often used to make imitation meats (example: Tofurkey), and is made from soy. It's perfectly hygienic, popular around the world, and no more artificial than most …
answered Apr 16 '12 by Yamikuronue
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If you can have butter (some people can, as the amount of lactose remaining is small), that can add a rich fattiness that soymilk sometimes lacks. Another good add-in is roasted garlic cloves, which y …
answered Apr 25 '12 by Yamikuronue