UMAMI SAUCE – A TASTY AND HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE TO SOY SAUCE
If you’re thinking of giving up soy, the coconut sauce can be an indispensable tool to have in your cupboard. This umami mek sauce is very reminiscent of soy sauce, although it’s actually a naturally fermented coconut tree sap that won’t set you back as some other sauces can.
Use Umami coconut sauce like soy sauce:
- serve with sushi,
- add to pan and casserole dishes,
- for stir-fries,
- for castes,
- for salads,
Foodini’s Umami sauce is a gluten-free sauce made from coconut sugar and Guerande sea salt. The coconut sauce offers a nice freshness and “umami” flavour that makes it a great substitute for traditional soy sauce. It is also gluten-free and low in sodium. Umami sauce can be used in all kinds of cooking, and is particularly suitable for Asian cuisine. Prepare ordinary salads, enhance marinades and use it to season homemade sushi and rice dishes.
The uses for coconut sauce are practically endless. One jar lasts for a long time and will keep in the fridge for a long time if opened.
The coconut aminos in umami sauce do not taste like coconut.
Foodin Umami Coconut Sauce is gluten-free, fat-free, vegan, lactose-free, GMO-free, without additives and preservatives.
Packed in a production facility (in Finland), where various nuts, almonds, sesame seeds and whey proteins (from milk) are processed.
According to many customers:
- Foodini’s coconut sauce tastes better than soy sauce. On the plus side, there is less salt and a sweeter taste.
- For many customers, coconut sauce is the No. 1 method of food preservation.
- Naturally fermented product – Foodini Umami coconut sauce does not contain harmful vinegars or other harmful additives.