Organic Tamari Sauce 150ml
SAR32.00

Tamari is a liquid condiment and popular soy sauce substitute produced through the fermentation of soybeans. Unlike regular soy sauce, little to no wheat is added during this process, resulting in a final product that is free of wheat and gluten. Adding a dash of tamari to your dishes can add a salty, rich flavor to foods. It works especially well in stir-fries, dips, sauces and dressings. Plus, although soy sauce and tamari are often used interchangeably, other ingredients like coconut aminos can also be used as a tamari substitute as well to bring a savory deep flavor to foods. In addition to being gluten-free, many people wonder: Is tamari vegan? Most brands use minimal ingredients and typically only include soybeans, water and salt, making this a suitable option for those on a vegan or vegetarian diet. Plus, it’s less likely to contain additives, higher in protein and contains a host of antioxidants.

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Health Benefits of Tamari Soy Sauce: 

1- One of the biggest benefits of tamari is that it is free of wheat, making it a great substitute for soy sauce for those following a gluten-free diet. (1,2)

2- Tamari soy sauce may help ease gastrointestinal symptoms and prevent damage to the digestive system, resulting in improved nutrient absorption and a lower risk of vitamin and mineral deficiencies. (1,2,3)

3- Tamari soy sauce contains nearly double the amount of protein as regular soy sauce, clocking in at nearly two grams per one-tablespoon serving. (1,2,4)

4- Tamari soy sauce contains a good chunk of manganese, packing in about 4 percent of the daily recommended value in just one tablespoon. Manganese is an important mineral, especially so due to its ability to act as an antioxidant within the body. (1,2,5)

5- Tamari soy sauce contains antioxidants, in which it helps in reducing the risk of conditions such as heart diseases, diabetes, cancer, and a weak autoimmune system. (1,2,6)

6- Tamari soy sauce is low in calories but high in sodium. Although used in small amounts, it can also supply a good amount of manganese and niacin, along with a range of other important vitamins and minerals. (1,2,5)

7- Tamari soy sauce also contains a small amount of vitamin B6, riboflavin, zinc, copper and potassium. (1,2,5)

 

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