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Coconut Aminos: Gluten-Free, Soy-Free Seasoning Sauce | Karman Reviews

Coconut Aminos: Gluten-Free, Soy-Free Seasoning Sauce | Karman Reviews

The original coconut aminos is a delicious seasoning alternative that can be used exactly like soy sauce in a variety of ways. This seasoning sauce is soy-free and has 73% less sodium than regular soy sauce. Although coconut is in its name, this product does not have any coconut-y flavor at all.

This product is manufactured by Leslie's Organic. The story behind this seasoning begins with Leslie and Randy, whose parents were both diabetic. They were inspired to search for a pure, delicious, and low-glycemic food for their parents to enjoy. They discovered that the sap of coconut trees provided a perfect starting point for this product. This is why it is called Coconut Secret.

This seasoning is a product of the Philippines. Leslie's Organic strictly prohibits agrochemicals and GMOs from their farms in the Philippines.

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The flavor of this seasoning is best described as salty and a bit sweet. It tastes very similar to soy sauce, though it does taste a bit sweeter than regular soy sauce and has a slight tangy hint. It has a unique flavor that is not overpowering, but is clearly distinct from other seasonings. You may find that you like the flavor of this seasoning more than regular soy sauce. So you should give it a try and find out for yourself.

This seasoning is great since it naturally contains 17 amino acids. It is sometimes called the healthiest and best-tasting Asian condiment on the market, since it tastes great and doesn't contain nearly as much sugar or sodium as other Asian seasonings. The serving size is one teaspoon, and there are only five calories and 90 milligrams of sodium per serving. This eight-ounce bottle contains 48 servings of this delicious seasoning.

This sauce is made from only two ingredients, pure sap and sea salt. The sap is naturally aged, and the salt is mineral rich and collected by hand from the pristine waters on the coast of the Philippines.

After opening the bottle, store it in the refrigerator to keep it from spoiling. There is a note on the bottle indicating that the contents may fizz when opened due to natural fermentation.

You can use this seasoning in the place of soy sauce in any of your meals or to prepare your own dressings and soups.

Consider adding it to meals such as chicken and veggies, mushroom lettuce wraps, and soy-free miso ramen. You can experiment by adding this sauce to your salad dressings, marinades, sautes, and sushi.

Now I'm going to open up this bottle and show you inside. First, you need to remove the plastic seal on the outside of the bottle. Open up the bottle cap, and you'll see, there's nothing more to remove underneath the cap.

It does, however, smell a lot less pungent.

This unique sauce is well worth trying. It tastes great, and it comes with several health benefits compared to regular soy sauce.

Enjoy. Bye-bye.

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