A sauce that is made primarily from soybeans that is used as a condiment for dipping foods or as a basting sauce. It is created as a liquid when miso, which is a soybean paste, ripens as it ferments. Similar to soy sauce, Tamari is mild flavored, contains little or no wheat, but is thicker in consistency. It is brewed over a longer period of time, sometimes up to six months, giving the Tamari a smoother flavor than soy sauce.
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