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Bragg's Liquid Aminos

Delicious and nutricious alternative to soy sauce and tamari! Made only from non-GMO soy beans and purified water, it contains no preservatives, coloring agents or chemicals. Not fermented or heated, and it is also much lower in sodium than conventional brands. All this, and the taste is incredible! Great on veggies, salads, tofu, stir-frys, etc. This will become your favorite pantry staple! 16 oz. bottle is $5.49. Kosher & Gluten-Free.

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From of New York City, New York on .

I don't use a lot of salt at all when I cook really - I use other herbs instead. But sometimes you just need a little salty flavor.

Bragg's is not really like a liquid salt and it also is not like a soy sauce. It definitely has a different taste all its own.

Sometimes you need to use salt or soy sauce for the right flavor with what you are cooking - but most of the time this does the job - especially with its distinct flavor.

I add a little to a no-salt or low-sodium soup to make it yummy. : - )

PS - invest in buying it in the spray bottle container or put it in a little bottle with a sprayer. You will use sooo much less this way and then it is super easy to use and lasts forever too. : - )

Positive Rating Positive Rating Positive Rating Positive Rating Positive Rating It's the REAL thing, every bit of it!
From of Worthington, West Virginia on .

While I'm not surprised that such goodness can come from such goodness 'Soy', I was surprised to find out that BRAGG'S with No Salt was so absolutely identical to the over salted ones. I had some tonight for the first time and really appreciate the break in the sodium pitch. WOW and what a taste indeed.

Positive Rating Positive Rating Positive Rating Positive Rating Negative Rating Serves the purpose well
From of Tokyo, Japan on .

To be fair, I have not done any research on this product (see previous comments). I don't add it to anything when cooking, but I do use it in place of the small packets of sauce that come with most convenience foods in Japan. Instead of the packet (which contains fish) I give it a couple sprays of Braggs. Not sure I would use it in large amounts, but works well in small quantities when added to food after cooking.

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From of Norcross, Georgia on .

I highly recommend this product! It tastes especially wonderful on steamed veggies, potatoes and rice dishes.

Positive Rating Positive Rating Negative Rating Negative Rating Negative Rating Looks like I have to retract my praise of this product
From of St. Louis, Missouri on .

After writing a praiseful review of Bragg's Liquid Aminos, I belatedly did some research on this product after reading a complaint from another reviewer here. The results did not leave me happy.

The label of Bragg's Liquid Aminos states that it is a good substitute for soy-sauces and tamari and is good for stir-fry, etc.

Yet, the nutritional label has a serving size of 1/2 a teaspoon. You would be hard-pressed to find anyone on the planet who can make stir-fry, or anything else, using only 1/2 a teaspoon of sauce.

What they DO accomplish in using this questionably small serving size is making it look like a low-sodium product, especially to people who don't scrutinize the label closely enough and assume a serving size of 1 tablespoon. A tablespoon has 6 times more sodium than 1/2 a teaspoon. "Sodium: 160mg" looks much nicer on a nutritional label than "Sodium: 960mg" doesn't it?

Moreover, the nutritional label recently had to be changed from 110mg per serving to 160mg per serving, an increase of 300mg per Tablespoon bringing it to nearly 1000mg per Tablespoon, which is not considerably lower than other soy sauces as some ads claim. Why the sudden change in label? Was there a change in the manufacturing process, or was the original lower figure just plain wrong?

This is NOT a low-sodium product by any stretch of the imagination. For my part, I have a hard time calling a product with this much sodium a "healthfood item" at all.

There is also the question of the Glutamic Acid (an amino) having MSG-like affects on sensitive people, as well as questions about the actual manufacturing process.

Consider doing a websearch of issues and questions surrounding this product before using it.

My household will no longer be customers of Bragg's.

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