Make Your Life Saucy with San-J
I got some yummy sushi for lunch, and used some of the San-J Tamari Lite for a bit of extra flavor. It was amazing! Had a bit of a different flavor than I’m used to, and I really like it. Changing things up is always good! My husband loved it, too!
I also can’t wait to put together an easy dinner with just a few ingredients, like this one:
About the Products:
In 1804, San-Jirushi, the founding company of San-J, was established as a Tamari soy sauce and miso company in Mie Japan. For over 200 years, their brewing mastery has been passed down through generations. In 1987, the first Tamari brewery outside of Japan was built in Henrico, Virginia and San-J was born. Today, San-J president, Takashi Sato, is an eighth-generation member of the founding family and faithfully continues the tradition of quality with a variety of Tamari soy sauces, Asian cooking sauces, salad dressings, soups, and rice crackers
Just the Facts:
• 50% Less Sodium than regular San-J Tamari
• Certified gluten free
• Certified kosher and vegan
• Non-GMO Project Verified
• No artificial preservatives, flavors or colors
• Made with 100% Soy for a richer flavor
• Price: $4.39 for 10 ounce bottle or $7.49 for 20 ounce bottle
Did you know? Some soy sauce brands are chemically processed with hydrolyzed vegetable (soy) protein, but San-J Tamari is fermented for up to six months with 100% soy, using traditional Japanese brewing methods.
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For eight generations, the Sato Family has been perfecting the fine art of brewing Tamari Soy Sauce. Each small batch is brewed for up to six months using traditional methods with no artificial preservatives, flavors, or colors. Made with 100% soy and no wheat, San-J Tamari Soy Sauce has a richer, more complex taste than regular soy sauce.
San-J Tamari Soy Sauce is Non-GMO verified, certified gluten free, certified vegan, and certified kosher, with certified organic and reduced sodium varieties available. San-J also makes Asian Cooking Sauces, Brown Rice Crackers, and Instant Soup Packets.
From exotic stir-fry dishes to your favorite meatloaf, San-J’s authentic Asian products enhance your cooking with ease. Experience the taste of an ancient Japanese art in your cooking today.
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Disclaimer: I, Jamie Tomkins, own and operate TigerStrypes Blog located at www.tigerstrypes.com. From time to time you’ll hear about my real life experiences with products and/or services from companies and individuals. Let it be known that I have no affiliation with the sponsor companies, and have not received compensation for reviewing their service/product. The service/product was given to me by the company or any agents of the company. The review that I give regarding the product/service is based off my own personal experience; I do not guarantee that your experience will be the same. *Some photos from San-J Website
I bought this in the grocery store last week. I just found your review and was glad that was the brand I chose as now I know it will be good. I explored their website and will try some of their other products.
It’s a great product!
It’s great that it is a healthier option to choose! Thanks for linking up with #TwinklyTuesday
That’s what I love most about it!
You had me at Just The Facts! With my health I have to watch salt and carbs, sugars. I noticed San-J Tamari has half the salt. I love that it means I can have stir fry more often. I love it and now it will be healthy! Their 3 ingredient video is so easy too. I want some right now!
I agree, Gladys. I had never heard of this product before, but knowing that it’s better for me, I don’t think I’ll ever go back to the other. I hope you can try it, and like it!
I like that it has 50% sodium then the other brands-that is extremely important to me. I have never seen it in the supermarkets but will look for it next I’m in the store.
It’s definitely a new product. I hope that you can find it soon. Be sure to let me know how you liked it, if you do! 🙂