soy sauce

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Synonyms for soy sauce

thin sauce made of fermented soy beans

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The withdrawal follows a similar decision in August 8 when the ministry issued a warning on Tuesday prohibiting the imports of regular Japanese Kikkoman soy sauce due to its alcohol content.
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The first batch of Japanese Kikkoman soy sauce will be delivered to Kyrgyzstan in a month, Kikkoman Trading Europe GmbH President Mashanao Shimada told a news conference on April 22.
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