The One Way To Elevate Your Take-out

Thanks for your feedback, Ernie, glad you liked it.

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Sometimes, companies just get it right. See: Ink.  Ink soy sauce is delicious and simple to use-- dash, drizzle, pour, dunk.  From stir-fry to burgers to marinades to dipping sauces to salad dressings, every drop of Ink soy sauce brings more to the table, grill and wok than any other soy sauce.  Each bottle is concocted from real ingredients, and crafted in small batches with naturally brewed non-GMO soy sauce.

We talked to Ernie from GA and here's what he had to say:

Q: How would you describe the soy sauce in one word?
Ernie:  Mild.
Q: In one line how would you describe the soy sauce?
Ernie:  Ink Soy Sauce adds a bit of a tang to my food, but is milder than other soy sauces I've used.
“A mild, tangy flavor that complements my chicken well.”
— Ernie,  GA
Q: What leading flavor do you taste?
Ernie:  When I taste the sauce, there's not a salty taste like other sauces, even the low sodium versions are saltier than Ink.
Q: Can you describe the flavor in one sentence?
Ernie:  A mild, tangy flavor that complements my chicken well.
Q: How did you use or how would you use INK Soy Sauce in the future?
Ernie:  I think I'll use it as a substitute ingredient to replace paprika or chili powder in some recipes. I'll likely use it as an additive in store-bought soups, as they tend to be bland in my experience. I may try using it as a flavor enhancement in baking, rather than vanilla extract.