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Organic Nama Shoyu
Product Description "The Champagne of Soy Sauces." No other soy sauce in America comes close to this 100% organic, non-GMO Nama Shoyu in flavor or quality. Its the only soy sauce thats aged for four years in cedar kegs by a unique double-brew process, so it can be made with less salt naturally, while still retaining its full-bodied flavor and delicate bouquet. Nama Shoyu is also unpasteurized (read: the only raw soy sauce available in North America); its full of health-giving live enzymes and beneficial organisms like lactobacillus. Raw Organic Nama Shoyu or Unpasteurized Raw Soy Sauce is an essential ingredient for all your savory (and even some sweet) Rawganique dishes--it gives them that indefinable extra something thats truly special. Nama Shoyu is manufactured by Ohsawa, the most trusted name in macrobiotics. It is their best-selling product. (Note: Nama Shoyu contains wheat.) Raw organic soy sauce. Contains: OG whole soybeans, water, OG whole wheat, sea salt, and aspergillus oryzae (koji). Nutrition Facts: Serving Size 1 Tbsp Servings per container about 20 Calories 10 Total Fat 0g 0% Sodium 720mg 30% Total Carbohydrates 1g 0% Protein 1g *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Organically grown with whole soybeans. mountain spring water, organic whole weat and sea salt Ohsawa Nama Shoyu is the only soy sauce thats fresh and alive! It is truly the "Champagne of Soy Sauces. Kosher Certified unpasteurized, enzyme- and lactobacillus-rich, and aged four years in cedar kegs.