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How to Substitute Worcestershire Sauce for Soy Sauce.?

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1. Calculate the amount of Worcestershire sauce substitute you will need to make for your recipe. This mixture will create a cup of the soy-sauce substitute. Divide or multiply as needed for your recipe. 2. Measure and add 12 tbsp. of Worcestershire
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In some recipes you could use balsamic vinegar mixed with a pinch of salt or just use salt. There is no real substitute for soy sauce. It is a different form of saltiness.
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Making a good soy sauce is not difficult, and the quality is better than any you could buy in the store. A mixture of soybeans and wheat is the base. For more information see here
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All light soya sauce is light in colour, not in salt content, use 2 tablespoons of the dark, and just add either 1-2 tablespoon of water or broth to tone it down.
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