A white soy sauce made with a mix of rice and wheat flour has become a hot item in Asian food stores.
White soy sauce has been making its way to Asian markets since 2010 and is a popular condiment for soups and noodle dishes, according to the website The Food Lab.
Chinese food is known for its creamy sauces, with spicy versions also popping up in stores across Asia.
A Chinese website for white soy sauces posted a list of the top 20 most popular white soy dishes last year, and many are similar to what is sold in supermarkets.
In Singapore, white soy can be found in noodles, soup, dumplings, soup with egg, soups with shrimp, soup made with rice and bean sprouts, and soups made with white soy.
The popularity of white soy has spread to China as well, according the Chinese website Food News Today.
There are many restaurants in Shanghai selling white soy, which is a cheaper version of traditional soy sauce.
Beijing’s Yellow House, a restaurant chain, also sells white soy in soups, salads and more.
“There’s a lot of interest in the white soy market, especially in China,” said Michelle Wu, an associate professor of food sciences at the University of California, Davis.
Wu said that a Chinese restaurant in Beijing recently sold a white soy chicken soup for $6.49.
Some people in China also eat white soy as a replacement for white rice, which can be a big hit with those who have been dieting for years.
White soy is also used in Chinese recipes for soupy rice dishes, including stir-fried beef, pork and chicken.
Chinese food has also been popular in the U.S.
A Chinese restaurant sold a soy sauce for $1.99 last month in Washington state.
The white soy is sold by some restaurants as a substitute for white or rice.
White rice is typically a rice substitute, but Chinese restaurants have been making white soy for many years.
The new white soy flavor, however, is not made with soy.
It is made with cornstarch, which has a similar taste and texture to rice.
China is also making white rice more widely available, and a recent study found that consumers in the Asian nation are eating a whopping 1.5 billion metric tons of white rice each year, the most in the world.
Chinese grocery stores are not the only ones selling white rice.
Chinese food products are also available at restaurants, convenience stores and supermarkets.
There is even a “white rice” in every supermarket.
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