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#47 Jun 7, 2009
I preefr kikkoman
#48 Jun 8, 2009
Anyone remember the numerous brands of shoyu at Ranch99 market?
#49 Jun 12, 2009
Are you talking about [i]tsuyu[/i]?
Aloha is too salty.
Yamasa is smoother, but Kikkoman is OK.
The mainland has this nasty shoyu called Kim Lan - yuck!
#50 Nov 24, 2012
In the natural foods industry the name Johsen is synonymous with shoyu (soy sauce made with wheat). In 1988, Johsen shoyu received the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture's first place award for the highest quality soy sauce in Japan. It was selected from over 2,000 entries by a panel of the world's foremost shoyu experts. And also Eden brand. Kikkoman aged two months? OK for the masses, but ALOHA brand is(chemical).. really, I won tink u wuz local. No ka oi brah ? Love that locals still make shoyu on the Big Island. Miss the pork hash I get down in Kalihi,
#51 Nov 24, 2012
Kikkoman is better for poke, IMHO. It has more of a shoyu taste as opposed to a salty taste.
#52 Nov 25, 2012
Also, Club Shoyu (brewed in Hilo) is a fav for poke and smoked meat or fish.
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