Wednesday, January 13, 2010
When Cheating isn't that Bad
Just after my earlier post on cheating, I trekked over to my local Whole Foods to pick up ingredients for this week's recipes. Feeling particularly guilty about said confession, I searched high and low for a soy sauce that I might not feel so bad about using. What I found was Bluegrass Soy Sauce. This is what the company has to say about their microbrewed, small batch, single barrel product,
"This sauce is from the only small batch soy sauce brewery in the United States. It's made from whole non-GMO Kentucky grown soybeans and pure limestone filtered Kentucky spring water. The result is a smoky, brothy sauce with hints of oak and a mild sweetness reminiscent of fine Kentucky bourbon."
A small, U.S. company brewing "all natural-preservative free" soy sauce containing only: non-GMO soybeans, wheat, sea salt, and spring water. Now that's something that I can feel good about.
(P.S. The photo above is from the company's website. It is not my work.)