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Lee Kum Kee Premium Soy Sauce, 500ml $3 (Min Order 2) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU & Coles

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About this item
It is brewed according to the traditional, natural method
It has a rich soy flavour, colour and aroma
Made from premium soybeans and wheat flour
Delicately enhance the taste of any dish
Perfect for enjoying fish in the classic Chinese way

also at Coles
https://shop.coles.com.au/a/birtinya/product/lee-kum-kee-sau...

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  • +1

    Bought this the other day, this is the good stuff right?

  • -3

    It is brewed according to the traditional, natural method

    Which traditional method? Chinese or Japanese ???

    • +7

      Soy sauce in its current form was created about 2,200 years ago during the Western Han dynasty of ancient China. THEN spread throughout East, Southeast Asia and rest of the world.

      Lee Kum Kee is based in Hong Kong and was originally founed in 1888 in Nanshui, Guangdong, China.

      Thus, I would answer you it is the traditional Chinese method.

      • +3

        Hong Kong is not China !

        • -1

          Neither is Taiwan !

        • +2

          Neither is Box Hill !

        • Neither is Chinthorp

        • +2

          Neither is stoneware.

    • +3

      Don't understand why the negs for a valid question. Didn't realise everyone is an expert on soy sauce history/origins.

      • +1

        I'm just shocked people aren't talking about soy titties.

        Seems quite selective.

    • Cantonese.

  • This is low quality artificial made in China soy sauce
    It tastes so fake
    Better buy made in Singapore Kikkoman from Coles/WW
    Or even better made in Japan ones from your local Asian grocery

    • +6

      No idea why you are negged. It is indeed much inferior. Takes a quick comparison between ingredients list on these products to understand why Kikkoman is so favoured.

    • +9

      differrent soy sauces for different cooking methods and applications.

      as an asian i have at least 12-15 different types of soy sauces in my pantry at anyone time.

      there is no such thing as all purpose soy sauce,

      • +3

        photo please

      • +1

        Over a dozen different soys in your arsenal, cool. I have like 4 and I thought I was a good cook. Lol

        • +1

          his wife is darn lucky

          • +1

            @IceTooth: I think we all should try and be his best friend for dinner invites. Lol

        • +1

          I have one, and it's Coles branded.

          P.S. I'm Asian, should I feel ashamed?

      • When I first moved to HK for work and went to the supermarket for soy sauce for my dumplings, and saw 200 different types in a whole isle… I walked out again. Haha

    • +1

      Kikoman has alcohol.

      • +3

        all the better…

        • +1

          Dare you to do a shot. Put a little Msg in for smoother taste.

    • +2

      Different formulation, different way it is made. Therefore there are different taste between the two, so it really comes down to individual taste, not just the country of origin.

    • AGREE. Product of China from Imported ingredients:Water, Salt, Soybeans (11%), Sugar, Wheat Flour, Flavour Enhancers 631(monosodium glutamate), 627(Sodium Guanylate)

  • Has added artificial flavour and preservatives though taste is good.

  • I prefer Kikkoman made in Singapore personally. Purchase the big 1.8L/2.4L bottles from Costco (can't recall size but they're massive.

  • MSG?

  • +1

    I prefer Kikkoman Soy sauce (Singapore) and the Kikkoman Tamari soy sauce (Japan).

    • the Kikkoman Tamari soy sauce (Japan).

      and it's gluten free !!!

  • +1

    this is very good, they started in Hong Kong