If there's one thing any Japanese kitchen can't do without, it's soy sauce. Whether during cooking or as a condiment for when you sit down to eat, soy sauce is the main way to add a salty kick to any dish, to give it that extra something that makes it undoubtedly Japanese. And if we are talking soy sauce, the first name that comes to mind is Kikkoman, Japan's biggest and oldest soy manufacturer with a 400-year history. And still coming up with amazing new ideas, like the Kikkoman Dry Soy Sauce!
In simple terms, this is a set of three 150 g (5.2 oz) packets of flakes that are soy in solidified form: the main ingredient is freeze-dried soy sauce from domestic soybeans carefully selected and prepared in the way that has made Kikkoman a household name from Hokkaido to Okinawa. But soy isn't the only ingredient: the mix also contains roasted onions, sugar, garlic, sesame, and pepper, making it an excellent all-round condiment for everything from plain rice to meat, fish, or vegetables!
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