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Japanese soy sauce (shoyu)

Japanese soy sauce (shoyu) is made from a mixture of soybeans and wheat which is mixed with salt and water and an active culture called koji. This is left to brew slowly for at least a year. Shoyu is used to some degree in most Japanese dishes including hot-pots, noodle dishes, soups and sushi.

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  Japanese soy sauce (shoyu)