iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: CA$0.48 (6% off)
Amazing! but loses flavor when cooked
Posted by Reviewer1239444 on Sep 20, 2010
Coconut Aminos tastes wonderful, VERY close to soy (I grew up on soy sauce, so I well remember what it tastes like). The only problem is if you cook it it will loose a lot of its flavor. If you plan on using it in a non-raw stir fry, add it at the very end. Also great because it's not as high in sodium as soy sauce is.
Posted by 5362572640403611224 on Aug 17, 2013
Love the coconut amino's, I wanted to move away from soy based seasonings, this is kind of an acquired taste, quite sweet, works perfect for dressings and marinades.
Good product, bad packaging
Posted by 4726393566490305658 on Aug 21, 2013
I used this to make cauliflower fried rice and it was AWESOME! So glad I finally bought some. However, the two bottles I purchased leaked during transport. Not sure if I'll buy these from a website again.
Posted by 5013526863525917313 on Oct 20, 2013
For those who can't do gluten, there's tamari. For those who don't do gluten or soy, there's coconut aminos. Very subtle taste, i didn't get coconut or soy sauce out of this. low sodium, low gly..i like it. i mix it with ginger and orange juice or whatever spicy sauce i am using. if you want to taste soy sauce, this probably isn't for you.
Very tasty and versatile sauce
Posted by 4745083073513175912 on Dec 16, 2014
Great paleo soy/tamari sauce alternative. I use this sauce in all of my Asian style cooking. It has more of a sweeter taste than tamari. Compared to a lot of other brands this has the lowest sugars.
Good raw, not cooked
Posted by Reviewer2074869 on Feb 06, 2015
It doesn't taste exactly like soy sauce, however, it gives the idea of soy sauce if eaten raw. When cooked, not much, however it gives an interesting flavor to tomato sauces.
Great to find a soy-free alternative
Posted by Reviewer2280183 on Jun 18, 2014
I bought this for my husband, who cooks with soy sauce. Since we now avoid soy as much as possible (as well as eat coconut oil, coconut flour etc), this was quite a find. He was quite happy with the taste. I haven't given it 5 stars, because time will tell how long it keeps for.
not bad with makis/sushis
Posted by 5037768523163589512 on Apr 30, 2015
at first you have to get used to the sweet taste of this sauce instead of the salt, but then it's a good alternative to soy sauce for sushis/makis.
Tasty if used right
Posted by plantbasedglutard on Feb 22, 2016
Wouldn't use it to replace soy sauce in cooking, a great replacement for sweet soy. I like to use it with some garlic as a dipping sauce.
Posted by 5603708783640907409 on Aug 27, 2013
great on salads mixed with apple cider vinegar