Why do you love Soy Sauce?

We’ve all been in that moment, eating a bowl of soy sauce with a glass of milk, only to realise that it’s not the kind of sauce you usually want to have on hand.

But for the umami lovers out there, that soy sauce isn’t the only thing you need to make.

While you might think that soy is a condiment, it’s actually a rich source of protein, which can make up for a lot of the calories you’re burning on your food.

If you’re on a low-carb diet, you’ll be able to make this dish with less, or even no, calories, by adding some of your favourite vegan substitutes.

These are the things you need if you want to get the most out of this delicious sauce.

Soy Sauce with a Straw This dish is a great example of the versatility of soy.

You can make it with just about any vegetables you like, and then add in any flavour you like.

Try adding some soy sauce to your vegan chili, or make a quick vegetarian chili sauce, or add some soy to your veggie burgers.

For those of you who can’t get enough of this flavour, here are some other recipes for soy sauce.

Vegan Soy Sauce recipe: This is a good way to use up a lot more soy sauce than you would with a traditional soy sauce recipe.

Add some of the vegan substitutes to your favourite soy sauce recipes, and you’ll see a huge difference.

For this recipe, you can use any vegetable you like for this recipe.

Just make sure to keep the soy sauce from getting too much.

If it does, just add more soy if you need it.

Vegetable Soy Sauce Recipe: Try using up some of these vegan substitutes too.

I used chickpeas instead of corn, and they added a nice flavour.

Add a few teaspoons of soy to some of our favourite vegan recipes to get even more soy flavour.

Vegan Bean Soup with Soy Sauce: This dish can also be made with any vegetable.

Just add a pinch of soy as a condimental measure to your bean soup.

It’s a really easy, healthy and delicious way to add soy to soups.

If using a lot, add a little soy sauce and a few more veggies to your recipe, to get a really creamy bean soup you can enjoy on the go.

If adding more soy is not your thing, you might want to try adding in a few tablespoons of soy cheese, as well.

If the beans don’t have a lot to spare, you could add a few small pieces of tofu to make the dish extra special.

Vegan Baked Bean Soup Recipe: You can also make this with tofu instead of beans, if you’d like to try making a vegan baked bean soup without beans.

Add tofu to the soy soup and add some of those other vegan substitutes you love.

Vegan Sweet Soy Sauce and Rice Cooked Potatoes: You could also try this dish made with vegan potatoes instead of tofu.

These cooked potatoes add a lot flavour to the dish.

If that’s not your cup of tea, add in some vegan substitutes, and it’ll add a lovely texture to the whole dish.

Vegan Beans and Vegetables with Soy sauce and Rice: This might be your favourite dish to make if you’re a veggie-lover.

It adds a lot extra protein to your meals.

Add the vegan substitute to the beans and veggies in the same dish as you would in the vegan recipe.

You could add more tofu, or a few dried beans to get it extra fancy.

Soy Bean Salad with Soy and Rice Cooking Potatoes with Beans: If you like your vegetables more savoury, you’re in for a treat.

Add soy sauce for extra flavour.

If there’s any soy sauce left over after you cook the beans, you may want to add some to this dish.

Vegetables and Vegetable Soup with soy sauce: This meal is a fantastic way to enjoy a hearty meal without eating all your calories.

Add in some soy beans and some vegan substitute of your choice.

It could be vegan chickpea or rice, or vegetarian chili.

Vegan Sesame Sesame and Rice Soup with Bean Sauce: Add in a little more soy to this meal to make it even more protein-packed.

Vegetarian Soy Soup with Rice: Use tofu instead, and this dish adds a wonderful texture.

Add beans to the soup and it adds some extra protein and nutrients.

Vegan Vegan Bean Salad: Add tofu or beans to this vegan bean salad.

Add more soy, and add a couple of vegan substitutes if you prefer.

Vegan Chicken Sesame Salad with Rice Cooking Beans and Soy Sauce for Instant Pot: This recipe is made in the Instant Pot and uses tofu instead.

Add vegan substitute if you like the taste of tofu, and some soy as well as some of that creamy soy sauce you’ve been craving.

Vegan Chickpea Soup with Vegan Soy and Bean Sauce Cooking Beans