THE ORIGINAL Soy–Free alternative to soy sauce. - Now you can cook delicious Asian dishes without the wheat, soy and excessive salt in traditional soy sauces.
Coconut Aminos has 73% less sodium than soy sauce. When it comes to sodium, no soy sauce can compare… Coconut Aminos has just 90 mg of sodium per teaspoon. The leading brand of “lower sodium” soy sauce has more than twice the salt at 234 mg per tsp. And it’s 100% Organic, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Vegan, has No MSG and contains 17 Amino Acids. It’s the healthiest, best-tasting Asian condiment on the market!
Stir-fry and sushi have never tasted so good. Coconut Aminos has a delicious tangy-sweet flavor reminiscent of soy sauce but without the high salt content. Since Coconut Aminos is made from coconut tree sap, not coconuts, it does not have a coconutty flavor.
Use Coconut Aminos like soy sauce as the key ingredient in stir fry, dressings, marinades and with sushi. “We love it so much we pour it over almost everything!” Each hand-made batch may vary slightly in flavor and color. Due to the naturally occurring fermentation of this product, the contents may fizz when opened. `Refrigerate after opening.
We are proud that our Original Coconut Aminos has only two ingredients:
Organic Coconut Tree Sap from our Certified Organic Farms in the Philippines, and hand harvested, mineral-rich Sea Salt collected near the coast of the southern islands and sun dried in open air structures lined with clay bricks. When the coconut tree is tapped it produces a highly nutrient-rich sap that exudes from the coconut blossoms. This sap has a low glycemic index of only 35 and contains a wide range of minerals, vitamin C, broad-spectrum B vitamins, 17 amino acids, and has a nearly neutral pH.
The “Gran Molucas Sea Salt” used in our Coconut Aminos garners its name from the exotic tropical island of Mindanao, the 2nd largest island in the Philippines. It is surrounded on all sides by converging Pacific Ocean waters ~ the Sulu Sea to the West, the Celebes Sea to the South, and the Philippine Sea to the East. A local culinary heritage in Mindanao, this unbleached, unrefined, naturally white sea salt is fed only by the sun and the sea. It is hand-harvested by local salt producers working as their forefathers did, in their ancestral salt fields. After many days of labor, the salt is then sun-dried (to evaporate excess moisture) in open-air cages lined with clay bricks. The result is a distinctly flavorful and nutritious, mineral-rich, unrefined sea salt.