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    Soy sauce - Help, which one?

    As I shield myself from getting something tossed at me :smile1:, while I admit I just buy the low sodium Kikkoman brand.

    I want to get something more robust and have a few Asian marts close by.

    Are there some brands that I really should be looking at getting?

    Thanks.

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    I like the Kimlan brand-

    The "lou Chau" dark for cooking and the "super special" for dipping.

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    I've tried many brands, and like Kikkoman the best. Full sodium, though.

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    Pearl River Bridge does it for me. I have the light, dark, and sweet varieties!
    Kiko is Japanese flavor while PRB is Chinese.
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    The one I prefer is Aloha, from Hawaii.

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    I use Golden Mountain Seasoning Sauce (used to be called Golden Mountain Flavor Sauce)for Thin Soy and Kwong Hung Seng Sauce (Red Label) for Black Soy (thick). Both are from Thailand. -Doug

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    Look for Lee Kum Kee lite soy sauce. its a real brewed soy and awesome flavor. I switched from kikkoman

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    Sure do appreciate the suggestions folks.

    I made a soy dip sauce to go with the salmon this evening. I didn't get to the market yet, but look forward to trying a few of these outs.

    I also really like the fact you guys included thin and thicker types for different functions. Very nice.

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    Try some Indonesian Kecap Manis for real fun.
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