Because of this, the flavor differs as well. You'll notice that Japanese tamari is thicker, richer, and less salty than most soy sauce. I think the flavor tends to be smoother and because of that, we've started to use it in dipping sauces instead of soy sauce.
How about you: which do you reach for?
A Few Favorite Tamari Recipes:
• Tamari Roasted Chickpeas - Dreena's Vegan Recipes
• Sesame Tamari Vinaigrette - Eating Well
• Shredded Kale Salad with Tamari and Sesame Seeds - NPR
• String Beans with Wasabi and Tamari Dip - New York Times
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