Soy Sauce (naturally Brewed)

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Ingredient NameSoy Sauce (naturally Brewed)
Ingredient Type Sauce
Wikipedia SummarySoy sauce or simply 'Soy'(American English), also called soya sauce (Canadian English and British English), is an East Asian liquid condiment of Chinese origin, traditionally made from a fermented paste of soybeans, roasted grain, brine, and Aspergillus oryzae or Aspergillus sojae molds. Soy sauce in its current form was created about 2,200 years ago during the Western Han dynasty of ancient China, and spread throughout East and Southeast Asia where it is used in cooking and as a condiment. By the time of the Han dynasty, this had been replaced with the recipe for soy paste and its by-product soy sauce, by using soybeans as the principal ingredient, with fermented fish-based sauces developing separately into fish sauce.The 19th century Sinologist Samuel Wells Williams wrote that in China, the best soy sauce is 'made by boiling beans soft, adding an equal quantity of wheat or barley, and leaving the mass to ferment; a portion of salt and three times as much water are afterwards put in, and the whole compound left for two or three months when the liquid is pressed and strained'. Although the formation mechanism of chemical composition in soy sauce is complex, it has been widely accepted that free amino acids, water-soluble peptides and Maillard reaction products in soy sauce are considered as essential chemical composition and to provide core sensory effects.The primary fermentation of lactic-acid-fermenting halophiles has lower the pH of the moromi, and this has directly resulted in an acidic pH range (4.4–5.4) of soy sauce products. It is the main soy sauce used for seasoning, since it is saltier, has less noticeable color, and also adds a distinct flavor.Tóu chōu (頭抽): A light soy sauce made from the first pressing of the soybeans, this can be loosely translated as 'first soy sauce' or referred to as premium light soy sauce.
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