November 5, 2012

Little Soya Premium Soy Sauce Review & Giveaway (CLOSED)

I love flavorful food and many people including myself are changing their eating habits by making healthier food choices. No one wants to sacrifice flavor and now you don't have to when you use Little Soya Premium Soy Sauce. This soy sauce is ideal for today's on the go lifestyle because it's convenient and easy to use and it's a healthy condiment. Recently I was given the opportunity to try this premium soy sauce and there are so many wonderful things to say about it.



First of all Little Soya Premium Soy Sauce is indeed premium the taste is so fresh and flavorful, and it has a smooth but slightly sweet flavor it's perfect and with less salt too! My boys and I tried the premium soy sauce on egg rolls and it was so yummy, I also love it on sauteed mushrooms. This soy sauce has 45% less sodium than the leading brands. Each fish package only contains 270 mg of sodium, and has no MSG. You will have peace of mind knowing that Little Soya soy sauce is a non-GMO tested product. The acronym GMO stands for Genetically Modified Organisms, which refers to any food product that has been altered at the gene level. GMO ingredients are found in about 80% of the packaged foods in the USA. It's good to know that Little Soya Premium Soy Sauce is one of the cleanest soy sauces on the market today. I love that this soy sauce is also fat free so I'm able to incorporate it into my food dishes that I choose to eat while I am losing weight.
 

The soy sauce carton contains 12 individual tubes in each package and they are fun to use and appealing to even young children because they look like little fish. There are no worries of ripping open a packet and getting it all over or even wasting any because it comes in a see through plastic tube that's resealable and it's great for the environment because it's recyclable. I love that I can take these little packages with me while I'm on the go and use as little or as much as I want and bring the rest home with me. Lids can take them in their lunch because they are easy to open, now children can give their school food more flavor.

  
If you're looking for a yummy soy sauce that's healthy for you that's made with fresh ingredients and has tons of flavor then I recommend that you try Little Soya Premium Soy Sauce.  You can incorporate this soy sauce in many recipes. I love mushrooms as a great side dish because it's simple, it goes great with chicken or pork chops and most mushrooms are pretty much fat free as is my recipe. 

Sauteed Mushrooms in Soy Sauce

1 package of mushrooms
2 cloves of fresh, minced garlic
2 Tablespoons of I Can't Believe It's Not Butter spray 
2 Teaspoons of Little Soya Premium Soy Sauce
1 pinch of ground black pepper 


Simply add the butter into a skillet over medium heat and add the mushrooms. Cook and stir the mushrooms until they are soft and tender and have released their liquid (about 5 minutes). Stir in the garlic and pepper and continue to cook the mushrooms for 1 minute. Squeeze the tube of Little Soya Premium Soy Sauce to squirt out the contents and add as little or as much as you would like. Continue to cook the mushrooms until the soy sauce has soaked into the mushrooms and the rest has evaporated (about 4 minutes). Enjoy!



You can purchase Little Soya online as well as a variety of stores including Kroger's, Safeway, HEB, Crosby's and more. You can learn more about what's in this soy sauce and what makes it so special by visiting the Little Soya website.   Be sure to visit Little Soya's Facebook page to like them and follow them on Twitter @LittleSoya to stay updated, you can even subscribe to their YouTube channel. If you're a big fan of hot sauce watch for Little Saucy which will be launching soon!
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

16 comments:

Laura Tucker said...

My husband and I use a lot of deer meat. We have made a stir fry using deer backstrap once before and it was delicious. I'd love to recreate that dish again!

Anonymous said...

We use soy sauce to make rice and fish or chicken with an asian flare. Thanks Brittany

Crafty Zoo said...

We make all types of fried rice and such! Always great to have soy sauce on hand!

Jenna Wood said...

I'd make a teriyaki stir fry

Francine said...

Chicken fried rice

barb h said...

won tons

Heather Wone said...

I would serve it with some homemade sushi!

puye said...

won tons

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liberty boblett said...

Vegetable lo mein.
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BzzAgent KaciOhio said...

Stir fry or pork =D
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Deb K said...

I would make a stir fry too!

Renee G said...

I would use this in my Brocolli & Beef stirfry
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kate said...

vegetable fried rice and egg rolls!

Krystal Lynn said...

I make pork or chicken fried rice quite often. :)

Anonymous said...

I would use this to flavor tofu scramble and fried rice.

Anonymous said...

I'd make sweet and sour chicken.
Holly W