Little Soya Gluten-Free Soy Sauce

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013 | click here to comment

Ok, this is literally the best idea ever: single serve gluten-free soy sauce in a convenient (and cute) package that you can tote everywhere without worry.

I was floored by the utter cuteness of Little Soya's soy sauces when I first spied them and then the utter genius of it all hit me like a ton of bricks. How many times have you been out at a sushi joint only to find out they don't have gluten-free soy sauce? It's not the end of the world, but it is kind of annoying. Yes, I know that you're not really supposed to dip sushi rolls in soy sauce, but not being able to have something just makes me want it more.

Little Soya Soy Sauce

I was so overcome with possibilities that I didn't know what to do with my cute little fishies filled with gluten-free goodness. I finally decided to bring them to a Japanese restaurant with me. My choice of restaurant was not exactly conducive to taking well-lit photos, which I was bummed about, but hey I got to eat some yummy sushi rolls WITH gluten-free soy sauce.

So how does the soy sauce measure up to the competition? Well, to be honest, I have only ever had San-J's Wheat-Free Tamari, which I like quite a bit. I found the Little Soya soy sauce to be more assertive than San-J's soy sauce, but not off-putting. I plan to use it in some recipes that call for dark soy sauce to see if it works as a good substitute.

Overall, the Little Soya sauces are awesome. I carried it on a long walk in my handbag and it didn't break or spill, which is KEY if you ask me. I've had too many episodes of things leaking in my handbag which has made me averse to carrying any kind of liquid. They are really small, and discrete, fitting in the palm of your hand, so you don't have to feel weird about taking them out in a crowded restaurant.

Little Soya Soy Sauce

Plus, they are non-GMO, in BPA-free packaging, contain less than 5 PPM of gluten and have only 270 mg of sodium per fish.

Have you tried Little Soya soy sauces before? What did you think?



 

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