Light doya sauce is a thin, reddish-brown liquid condiment made from fermented soybeans and wheat. It is one of the most crucial ingredients in Chinese cooking. It is used for enhancing the flavor of any dish. The common ingredients used to make a light soy sauce is soybeans, wheat, water and salt. Adding light soy sauce alone can be very strong and salty for any dish, but adding a little dark soy sauce can result in beautiful color and perfect seasoning. While some people believe that the word light soy sauce is used to refer to the lesser sodium used in the soy sauce, this is never the case. The light name is used to refer to the consistency and colour of soy sauce. This sauce is saltier than the dark soy sauce counterpart.
Read the label very carefully before buying soya sauce. The main ingredients should be just soybeans, wheat, water and salt.
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